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China Sinovac Shot Seen Highly Effective in Real World Study

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(Bloomberg) -- Sinovac Biotech Ltd.’s vaccine is wiping out Covid-19 among health workers in Indonesia, an encouraging sign for the dozens of developing countries reliant on the controversial Chinese shot, which performed far worse than western vaccines in clinical trials. Indonesia tracked 128,290 health workers in capital city Jakarta from January to March and found that the vaccine protected
 

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Okay, China created the virus. But their vaccine sucks.

Your stories are so idiotic that they defy any sort of logic. China created virus, attacks Wuhan first without a good vaccine?!?

Now, if you said Chinese vaccines sucked because white men created a bioterror virus and attacked Wuhan first to eliminate nonwhite China then that is a thousand times more logical. White people had attacked and genocided the non-white indigenous peoples of North America, South America and Australia already. It is far more believabie they would do this again to another non-white country.

Chinese vaccines are effective but not foolproof which pretty shows they are fighting a foreign virus.
I never said that China created the virus, rather the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)- funded Wuhan lab and CCP-funded biological weapons program created the virus. I don't confuse common Chinese people with the evil that is the Chinese Communist Party. Your effort to conflate the two is simply more CCP propaganda, as are all your assertions about the Chinese Communist Party. Your racist assertions against white people and assumptions of CCP's innocence are further proof that your mind has been influenced by CCP propaganda. It is a fact that Wuhan Institute of Virology was doing gain of function research on bat coronaviruses, and Shi Zhengli's publications are proof of that. Secondly, you don't need a successful vaccine if the Chinese people have a higher degree of immunity to bat coronaviruses due to bats being in their diets for thousands of years. I suspect that is why the Wuhan lab and Chinese military biological warfare unit chose to work with bat coronaviruses in the first place. And finally, there are other ways like medications to combat a disease than vaccinations, many of which may only be known to Chinese scientists and doctors, and may have been secretly administered to patients in China even without their knowledge. What I do know is that the vaccines of China have low effectiveness as shown in international studies.
Your assumptions of CCP's innocence are just further proof of the effectiveness of CCP propaganda. We know that there is enough evidence that the Covid virus originated in the Wuhan lab. We also know that the CCP lied about human to human transmission for months to other countries as well as allowed international air travel out of Wuhan while locking down local travel. We also know that CCP punished Doctors in Wuhan for revealing the truth about human to human transmission, even to people in Wuhan. So while your trust of CCP is touching, it is ultimately misguided. If CCP gave two hoots about the people in Wuhan, they wouldn't have created such a massive coverup operation as they helped spread the virus internationally; they wouldn't have punished Li Wenliang and other doctors for revealing the truth of person to person transmission to the people of Wuhan and the world. We also don't know if the CCP already knew about certain drugs which were more effective in controlling the virus within China, and they may have kept this as a state secret, which is entirely possible given CCP's police state in China. That would also explain why China is the only country without any secondary wave of the virus.
And finally, there is also the possibility that the biological weapon Covid virus created by Wuhan Institute of Virology leaked out accidentally through a lab worker being infected and spread the disease among the people in Wuhan. At this point after the initial leak, CCP decided to spread the virus to its enemies like the US by allowing international flights while locking down travel within China, as well as lying to the world that there is no person to person transmission for months. That would explain why CCP would try to hide the truth about Covid person to person transmission from the west for months; why CCP punished Dr. Li Wenliang and others for revealing that person to person transmission was taking place; and why CCP allowed international flights to US out of Wuhan while locking down local travel. CCP are a bunch of criminals who don't care about common Chinese people or the world; they only care for their own power.
CNN's Sanjay Gupta breaks with his network and BACKS former CDC director Robert Redfield's 'informed' theory that COVID escaped from Wuhan lab as 'simplest explanation'
  • Dr. Gupta in an interview said Dr. Redfield's lab accident theory is 'informed'
  • Redfield revealed last month he believes Wuhan lab is likely source of COVID
  • CNN sneered at the time that there was 'a lack of clear evidence' for the theory
  • But now Gupta reveals that Redfield is 'much more informed' on the subject
  • Medical commentator added he believes it is the simplest explanation for origin
  • China furiously denies a lab accident and blames animals at a 'wet market'
CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta has broken ranks with his network to voice support for former CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield's belief that the virus that causes COVID-19 most likely escaped accidentally from a lab in Wuhan.
Last month, Redfield opened up in an interview with Gupta for a CNN special, saying he believes an accident at the Wuhan Institute of Virology is the 'most likely' origin for the coronavirus pandemic.
CNN commentators sneered at Redfield's opinion, with the network in one tweet insisting there was 'a lack of clear evidence' for the lab escape theory, but Gupta backed Redfield up in an interview published on Thursday.
'He's an experienced virologist. He was also head of the CDC at the time this was happening, which means that in addition to everything that we know, he had access to raw data and raw intelligence that was coming out of China,' Gupta told Mediaite's The Interview podcast.
CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta now says that he finds Dr. Redfield's theory about a lab-escape origin of COVID-19 'informed' and 'the most likely' scenario


CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta now says that he finds Dr. Redfield's theory about a lab-escape origin of COVID-19 'informed' and 'the most likely' scenario
Redfield, the former head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, made headlines last month by saying he believes COVID-19 'escaped' from a virology lab in Wuhan, China


Redfield, the former head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, made headlines last month by saying he believes COVID-19 'escaped' from a virology lab in Wuhan, China

'My point is that it's a much more informed sort of thing for him to be saying than for anybody who may have expertise in virology, because he has a lot more knowledge and information that he has that maybe he can't share, but is informing his opinion,' said Gupta.
'I was not as shocked by what he said as the fact that he said it,' Gupta said. 'There's reason to suspect that this is the origin of the virus.'
'It's a big virology lab right in Wuhan that happened to be studying bat coronaviruses. Just from an Occam's razor standpoint, finding the simplest explanation, it would make sense,' he said, adding, 'We still don't know for certain what the origin is.'
China has furiously denied that coronavirus escaped from its lab, instead placing the blame on a 'wet market' in Wuhan, where live animals could have transmitted the virus to humans.
In his interview with Mediaite, Gupta pointed out that there was also no solid evidence pointing to the wet market as the origin, and questioned the likelihood of that theory.
Redfield made headlines last month with his explosive interview with Gupta, when he said: 'I'm of the point of view that I still think the most likely etiology of this pathogen in Wuhan was from a laboratory... escaped. Other people don't believe that, that's fine. Science will eventually figure it out.'

China insists the virus crossed to humans from animals at a wet market, but Redfield believes the most likely origin is accidental escape from the Wuhan Institute of Virology (above)

China insists the virus crossed to humans from animals at a wet market, but Redfield believes the most likely origin is accidental escape from the Wuhan Institute of Virology (above)
'It's not unusual for respiratory pathogens that are being worked on in laboratories to infect the laboratory worker,' he said.
'That's not implying any intentionality. It's my opinion, right? But I am a virologist. I have spent my life in virology.'
Dr. Anthony Fauci rushed to throw cold water on Redfield's theory, insisting that the virus would have spread more quickly if it had already been exposed to human cells in a lab.
But the virus' rate of spread was evidence cited by Redfield to support his opinion.
A team of World Health Organization-led investigators late last month released their report claiming that a lab leak was 'extremely unlikely' as a cause of the pandemic, but WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus admitted that China withheld crucial data from the team.
The United States, the European Union and other Western countries have all called for China to give 'full access' to independent experts to all data about the original outbreak in late 2019.
One of the team's investigators has already said China refused to give raw data on early COVID-19 cases to the WHO-led team, potentially complicating efforts to understand how the global pandemic began.
Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying insisted that the WHO team had been given full access to the Wuhan lab, and called the country's critics 'unethical.'
Redfield was appointed CDC director by President Donald Trump



Redfield was appointed CDC director by President Donald Trump
The WHO slammed China for not giving investigators full access to data from the Wuhan lab (seen in February), an allegation China denied and called 'unethical'


The WHO slammed China for not giving investigators full access to data from the Wuhan lab (seen in February), an allegation China denied and called 'unethical'
More than 562,000 Americans have now died of COVID-19 since the pandemic broke out and there have been over 31 million confirmed cases across the country.
In January, then-Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called on the WHO to fully investigate the possibility that the COVID-19 virus accidentally escaped from a Wuhan lab as he revealed new intelligence that he said raised troubling questions.
'Beijing continues today to withhold vital information that scientists need to protect the world from this deadly virus, and the next one,' Pompeo said.
Among the new US intel that he cited included a claim that researchers at the lab fell ill in the fall of 2019 with symptoms consistent with COVID-19, that scientists there were working with a bat coronavirus that is 96.2 percent similar genetically to the virus that causes COVID, and that the lab has secret links to the Chinese military.
Pompeo also revealed that researchers at the Wuhan lab had been studying a bat coronavirus known as RaTG13 since 'at least 2016'.
The RaTG13 strain was identified by the Wuhan lab as its genetically closest sample to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, at 96.2 percent similarity.
The State Department said that the Wuhan lab obtained RaTG13 in a sample from a cave in Yunnan Province in 2013, after several miners there died of SARS-like illness.
Though the Wuhan lab has a published record of conducting 'gain-of-function' research on virus to enhance their lethality or transmissiblility, the State Department says the lab 'has not been transparent or consistent about its record of studying viruses most similar to the COVID-19 virus, including RaTG13.'
Pompeo also asserted that despite ostensibly being a civilian institution, the Wuhan lab has worked on 'secret projects with China's military.'
'The WIV has engaged in classified research, including laboratory animal experiments, on behalf of the Chinese military since at least 2017,' Pompeo said.
He called on Beijing to allow the WHO investigation team free reign to pursue their inquiry, including access to the Wuhan lab.
How China locked down internally for COVID-19, but pushed foreign travel

There is new evidence to show that China locked down all domestic traffic internally by end January 2020 but pushed to open foreign travel till end March. Data from Tom Tom traffic index, a traffic location site that covers 416 cities across 57 countries show that as a result of this strategy, China, intentionally or otherwise, was able to lockdown its cities unknown to the world. While this reduced the spread of the Corona virus within China, China’s aggressive foreign travel policy lead to a virus explosion worldwide. Here is the chronological events of what happened with the requisite traffic data from 10 major cities globally and the statements from Chinese leaders that will help readers reach their own conclusions.

Beijing & Shanghai were isolated by Jan, domestic flights curtailed

The COVID- 19 virus first surfaced in Wuhan in the last week of December. On 31 December 2019 Chinese health officials first reported to WHO that 41 patients in Wuhan had contracted a mysterious pneumonia that was not responding to conventional treatment. As most patients were from the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market it was closed on the 1st of January. On the 7th of January Chinese scientists identified the virus as a novel Coronavirus later termed as the COVID-19 virus. On the 11th of January the virus claimed its first life in Wuhan city. On 13th January Thailand reported the first case of Coronavirus outside China. On 20th of January Zong Nanshan the scientist named by China to lead the battle against the virus stated ” Now we can say that it is certain that it is a human to human transmission phenomenon”.

On January 22 at a meeting to decide the measures to be taken, WHO was not able warn the world of the severity of COVID-19 apparently because of resistance from Beijing. (WHO referred to it as “divergent views”) On January 23 Wuhan city was placed under quarantine and two days later the entire Hubei province was locked down. The Chinese state machinery was harnessed to enforce an unprecedented quarantine on 50 million people across 15 cities. In the last week of January domestic flights from Hubei to other parts of China was stopped and restrictions on traffic movement in major cities like Beijing and Shanghai were initiated. This was the time of the Chinese New Year when offices and schools are normally closed and it is also the prime tourism season for the Chinese. On the 31st January Italy fearing a major outbreak of Coronavirus from hundreds of tourists arriving from China closed all flights to and from China.

China’s traffic density below 10% in Feb, but criticises global traffic curbs

China’s vice-minister of foreign affairs Qin Gang met Italy’s ambassador to China Luca Ferrari in Beijing following the flight ban. “Italy’s decision to stop flights without contacting China in advance caused great inconvenience to citizens of both countries. Many Chinese are still stranded in Italy,” the foreign ministry said on its website the following day. The U.S. issued a travel advisory against China travel on the 2nd of February but did not ban all services. While Chinese authorities limited domestic flights from Wuhan to other Chinese cities like Beijing and Shanghai in an effort to contain the outbreak in January, it urged international carriers to maintain their flying schedules. The Civil Aviation Administration of China stated “In order to meet the needs of passengers in and out of the country and the international transport of supplies during this special period … airlines [are required to] … continue transport to nations that have not imposed travel restrictions.”

China’s assertion that all was well for international travel was supported by the WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus at the opening of the agency’s Executive Board meet on the 3rd February. He said ” There is no reason for measures that unnecessarily interfere with international travel and trade. We call on all countries to implement decisions that are evidence-based and consistent. WHO stands ready to provide advice to any country that is considering which measures to take,” Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying criticised the US advisories saying “The U.S. government hasn’t provided any substantial assistance to us, but it was the first to evacuate personnel from its consulate in Wuhan, the first to suggest partial withdrawal of its embassy staff, and the first to impose a comprehensive travel ban on Chinese travellers”

While China continued to protest against international travel bans it successfully quarantined Wuhan and other affected cities. The total domestic lockdown of Hubei province and the flight ban imposed inside China had immediate effect. As per data from Tom Tom traffic index Wuhan had a traffic density of 60% in January while Shanghai and Beijing had nearly 80% density. After the total lockdown the average traffic density fell to below 10% in Wuhan and Shanghai during February and below 5% in Beijing. While implementing a total domestic lockdown in February, China kept assuring the world that the situation was not serious and fully under control.

WHO declares global pandemic belatedly in March, nations unprepared

China kept on the facade of hiding the severity of the virus attack till mid March. On the 11th of March WHO belatedly declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. By that time the number of cases globally had grown thirteen fold. As per WHO website more than 118,000 cases had been reported in 114 countries, and 4,291 people had lost their lives when the global pandemic was declared. That is when the rest of the world started preparing for a suitable response to the pandemic, nearly two months after China.

It was only after a telephonic conversation with US President Donald Trump on March 27th that Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed to curb international flights from China. China’s Civil Aviation Administration stated after the discussion “that 90% of international flights would be temporarily suspended. The number of incoming passengers would be cut to 5,000 a day, from 25,000. China has also ordered local airlines to maintain only one route per country, once a week, as of 29th March”. By the end of March COVID-19 had become a full blown global crisis with nearly 10,000 deaths in Italy, Spain and the US and over 5000 in Iran and the UK which was much more than those dead in China.

As per data from Tom Tom traffic index the traffic density in Wuhan remained low at around 10% of the normal traffic in March while the major business centres like Beijing and Shanghai which had less than a few thousand cases of COVID-19 and half a dozen deaths showed partial recovery of traffic to around 40%. The rest of the world oblivious of the need for total lockdown took time to react. The traffic remained high at over 60% in major cities like Rome, Milan, Madrid, Paris, London, New York, New Delhi and Mumbai during March.

Australia calls for investigation, China and WHO must be made accountable

The Tom Tom traffic data index shows that in all other global cities like Rome, Milan, Madrid, Paris, London, New York, New Delhi and Mumbai the traffic density dropped to 10% only in the month of April when most nations went under lockdown. This was a clear two months after China went in for a domestic lock down and allowed the virus to proliferate to international destinations through human contact. The traffic density in Beijing and Shanghai rose to over 60% in April showing that the Chinese cities and its economy was back to normal functioning.

While China limited its losses to below 5000 by end April 2020, the US had lost 60,000 lives, Italy, Spain, France and UK above 20,000 each and the world saw over 200,000 deaths that was nearly doubling every fortnight. So though the virus had originated from China which initially infected citizens from 27 nations, because of China’s diabolic international travel policy it spread rapidly to a totally unprepared Europe, mainly Italy and Spain and thereafter to the rest of the world becoming a global pandemic. So weather the virus was produced in the Wuhan Virology Institute as an exercise of bio-terrorism or simply arrived unintentionally due to bat and pangolin infected blood from its exotic animal markets in Wuhan, China is answerable for the way it allowed the virus to spread.

Australia has called for an international investigation into the spread of COVID-19 and all nations of the world including India must back the move. Also it has been suggested that the leadership and the action of WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus needs to be probed. All nations including India need to support such an investigation for it is better to be safe than sorry.
China's hero doctor was punished for telling truth about coronavirus
In their botched handling of the tragic death of Li Wenliang, the Chinese doctor who sounded the alarm on the Wuhan coronavirus, authorities in Beijing seem to want it both ways.
On the one hand, officials have expressed their sorrow over his death and encouraged people to tell the truth about the outbreak. On the other hand, government censors are hard at work scrubbing online posts that call for freedom of speech in the wake of Li's death.

When millions of people are denied the opportunity to grieve collectively over someone widely regarded as a hero, their trust in government can only further erode. As Li recently told the Chinese magazine Caixin before his death: "I think a healthy society should not only have one kind of voice."
Li is credited with being the first medical professional to sound the alarm on the Wuhan coronavirus weeks before he contracted the illness himself and died. In late December, he messaged his medical school alumni group on WeChat, informing them that seven people from a local seafood market who showed signs of a SARS-like illness were quarantined in his hospital in Wuhan. When screenshots of his post went viral with his name in plain view, Li said, "I realized it was out of my control and I would probably be punished."
As he told CNN, "I only wanted to remind my university classmates to be careful."
Li was later called to a police station, reprimanded for spreading rumors online, and forced to sign a statement acknowledging his "misdemeanor" before he was allowed to leave. Weeks later, China's Supreme Court vindicated him and other "rumormongers" by saying, "It might have been a fortunate thing ... if the public had listened to this 'rumor' at the time..."
Not just a statistic
On Friday, Li became one of more than 700 casualties of the Wuhan coronavirus. But he is much more than a statistic.
While Li may not be immortalized to the same degree as the lone protester who faced off against a column of tanks in Tiananmen Square during the 1989 anti-government protests, his "normal guy" persona, and sense of duty has transformed him into an overnight hero -- and his death has unleashed an unprecedented tsunami of grief and anger that probably has not been seen since President Xi Jinping rose to power.
Excessive fear of the Wuhan coronavirus can be dangerous

Beijing seemed caught off-guard by the response to Li's death, and the Chinese government initially directed state-controlled news outlets to say that he was still on life support and in critical condition, according to the BBC. These news outlets later acknowledged Li's passing, but his time of death was changed from the evening of February 6, to the early hours of February 7, the BBC reported.
This was a rare show of confusion from the Chinese government, as well as a stark reminder of the extent to which it is willing to exert control over the narrative.
And to many Chinese people, it was a tipping point, given that manipulation and suppression of information is what allowed the wide spread of the novel coronavirus in the first place. Anger expressed on online forums is intense, with even prominent officials, academics and executives expressing grief and outrage. In online posts and in open letters, demands range from an official apology and admission that the government had made a mistake, to a state funeral for Li and even a US-style whistleblower protection law.
In an apparent effort to appease the masses and quell the backlash, central authorities announced they are dispatching a team from the country's top anti-corruption agency to Wuhan to look into "issues related to Dr. Li Wenliang."
The crisis in handling the outbreak, coupled with the botched rollout of the news of Li's death, is "as close the an existential crisis for (Chinese President) Xi and the (Communist) Party that I think we have seen since 1989," wrote Bill Bishop in his Sinocism newsletter.
Beijing's strategy
It's unclear what Beijing's strategy is at this point. While the Chinese government has taken swift action to try to curtail the coronavirus' spread since news of the outbreak blew up, we don't yet know whether the containment measures are working to stabilize the situation and bringing a quick return to normality.
An American dies of coronavirus in China as the last scheduled chartered flights evacuate hundreds of US citizens

With some 50 million people in China still under lockdown, along with medical supply shortages and growing discontent over restrictions on movement and free speech, there is still plenty of scope for things to boil over. The Chinese economy has grown substantially in the last two decades, and the economic impact of the novel coronavirus could cause a slowdown that far outweighs the one caused by the SARS outbreak in 2003.
It is important to remember that China's model of governance has always been one based on paternalism, and the authoritarian hold Xi and the Communist Party have on its people relies heavily on economic growth.
But that model is now under threat -- and the coronavirus has revealed deep structural flaws and incompetence in the government. Such revelations undermine the tenuous trust that Xi must maintain with the Chinese people, lest the system crumble. While lower level officials will almost certainly take the fall, the Communist Party will put on a united front and Xi -- who has been in and out of public view the past few weeks -- will make every effort to maintain his power.
If Beijing follows its usual playbook, it will feign an investigation into what happened to Li -- perhaps continuing to express remorse for the way he was treated -- and then work hard to gloss over the incident and hope that his death fades from collective memory.
Meanwhile, though the government is now outwardly acknowledging Li's death, officials appear to be employing a sledgehammer approach to online displays of discontent, deleting posts and even closing down WeChat accounts -- which one of my mainland business contacts likened to a digital death sentence in China.
In another worrying sign, a lawyer-turned-citizen journalist who had been posting critical videos of the outbreak response from Wuhan, has been forcibly quarantined, according to his friends and family.
What will come of Li's main legacies, which include calls for more freedom of speech and accountability on the mainland? The brutality unleashed on anti-government protesters in Hong Kong in the past few months is a pretty good indicator of how unlikely it will be for the Chinese government to loosen control over its people.

 
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China Sinovac Shot Seen Highly Effective in Real World Study

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(Bloomberg) -- Sinovac Biotech Ltd.’s vaccine is wiping out Covid-19 among health workers in Indonesia, an encouraging sign for the dozens of developing countries reliant on the controversial Chinese shot, which performed far worse than western vaccines in clinical trials. Indonesia tracked 128,290 health workers in capital city Jakarta from January to March and found that the vaccine protected
That has already been posted, and I have already replied that this is not a study because of a lack of a control group, and hence meaningless in terms of vaccine reliability:

NO, it is not a study without a control group, and there is no control group in the article posted about health workers. Go back and read your science books to understand how a scientific study is done. Without a control group, it is just considered anecdotal observation, because you cannot say for sure if the health workers survival rates were because of PPE, or their own inherent immunity. I even quoted from the same article you gave above:
"though it’s unclear if the workers were uniformly screened to detect asymptomatic carriers."
Without screening for asymptomatic carriers, you don't even know how many would not have gotten sick even without any vaccinations. So that means there is no control group, and this is NOT A STUDY.
The articles I have posted discuss actual studies, as well as China's own CDC head saying that the Chinese vaccines are less effective, which you keep trying to "erase" from the timeline because it doesn't fit your biased pro-CCP propaganda narrative:
As far as the countries importing Chinese vaccines, they are doing so out of desperation as there are currently vaccine shortages while the world goes through another Wuhan lab manufactured Covid bioweapon new variant wave released by the CCP, and even the Chinese vaccines are better than nothing. This is why several investigators suspect that the CCP released a new variant of Wuhan lab created Covid biological weapon into India (after most Indians had already become immune to the first variant): China wants to profit from the pandemic and it killed the competition by releasing the bioweapon into India, as India is one place with the manufacturing capability to make enough vaccines (which actually work as opposed to the CCP vaccines with low effectiveness and side effects) for the world. But it's a lot harder with India having to deal with a massive wave of the CCP bioweapon virus. So after disabling India, CCP steps in to sell its crappy vaccines to make money as the world doesn't have any other choice. Of course it was the CCP's Wuhan Institute of Virology that created the Covid biological weapon which it used to attack the world in the first place.
 

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That has already been posted, and I have already replied that this is not a study because of a lack of a control group, and hence meaningless in terms of vaccine reliability:
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Mexico to start late-stage clinical trial for China's mRNA COVID-19 vaccine


Mexico plans to start a late-stage clinical trial this month for a COVID-19 vaccine candidate developed by China using similar technology to shots from Moderna (MRNA.O) and Pfizer (PFE.N), foreign minister Marcelo Ebrard said on Tuesday.

The phase III trial for the shot from China's Walvax Biotechnology (300142.SZ) using messenger RNA (mRNA) technology will start on May 30 and involve 6,000 volunteers, Ebrard said in a Tweet.

Walvax is working with the Academy of Military Science (AMS) and Suzhou Abogen Biosciences to jointly develop the shot known as ARCoV or ARCoVax, China's first mRNA vaccine to enter Phase III trials.

The shot could be stored at 2-8 degrees Celsius for six months, a much less stringent temperature requirement than shots from western rivals, an AMS researcher leading the vaccine project said in April during a presentation at a vaccine event.


Mexico has already received doses of other vaccines from China's Sinovac Biotech (SVA.O) and CanSino Biologics (6185.HK), and planned to order shots made by Sinopharm. read more

China is currently using five domestically developed vaccines in its inoculation drive, although none use mRNA technology, which contains instructions for human cells to produce proteins that mimic part of the coronavirus.
 

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It doesn't matter what the date is, they are all copy paste articles of the same event in Indonesia. They did not have a control group, and thus it is not an actual scientific study with any reliable numbers. It's just puff piece journalism by people who don't understand science citing anecdotal observation and not any reliable statistics. Of course there will be some positive effect due to vaccines, but you cannot say by how much without a control group. This is why they are selling it as "real world" when it is not an actual study. Without a control group you have no way of knowing if fewer people got Covid due to PPE usage, or if they were asymptomatic carriers, or if their immune system defeated the virus on its own. The earlier article even mentions this:
"though it’s unclear if the workers were uniformly screened to detect asymptomatic carriers."
What we do know is that CCP's own head of CDC Gao Fu said that the Chinese vaccines had lower effectiveness, and thus wanted to combine the Chinese vaccines:
And we also know from an actual study that one of the vaccines had low effectiveness:
As far as the Chinese mRNA vaccine, the trial has not even begun yet, and we will have to wait for the actual scientific results. Anything until then is pure speculation.
 

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China's vaccination campaign is going very fast. Over 12M in one day! 366M total so far.


Once that campaign is done in the coming months more capacity will be opened for exports.

Also licensed Chinese vaccines are coming online across the world!
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Lots of excitement in Mexico over the single-dose, room temperature mRNA Walvax vacci ne. mRNA vaccines have efficacy of 95% because of targeted antibodies. Other mRNAs are Pfizer and Moderna. But unlike Pfizer and Moderna who needs deep crygenic freezing and two shots, this Chinese mRNA can be stored at room temperature and just one shot! It was created with CHIMPANZEE blood!


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[COLOR=var(--moduleTitleColor)]Covid-19: Mexico will begin phase III studies of Chinese Walvax vaccine[/COLOR]

The studies of the Chinese vaccine Walvax against Covid-19 will begin after the Cofepris approves them, perhaps at the end of May in 6 thousand volunteers.
May 11, 2021 | Azteca News | Health - Education - And - Well-being - Notes

Mexico will soon begin phase III studies of the Chinese Walvax vaccine against Covid-19 , which uses mRNA technology and does not require freezing like other biologicals, announced the Secretary of Foreign Relations, Marcelo Ebrard .

During the presentation of the Pulse to Health in the National Palace, Ebrard said that the studies of the Walvax vaccine will begin no later than May 30, if approved by the Federal Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risks (Cofepris) and they await participation. of about 6 thousand volunteers.

If approved by Cofepris, the Chinese Walvax vaccine would be the third manufactured in China to be applied in Mexico, after CanSino and Sinovac.

Ebrard
thanked the Chinese government for its cooperation and explained that since the pandemic began, 38 planes have arrived in Mexico with supplies due to the Covid-19 pandemic .

"38 flights in support of Mexico and now this vaccine will be approved or we will participate in phase III and we are the only country outside of China that will do so at this time"
Ebrard said that Mexico is the country in Latin America with the highest number of regulatory approvals for the emergency use of vaccines against Covid-19 , which has been done with "great rigor" and reiterated that the strategic objective is to count with the greatest number of options to combat the disease.

He explained that, until May 10, 2021, Mexico has received or packaged 27 million 93 thousand 685 doses of vaccines against Covid-19 ready to be applied.

Walvax vaccine was produced with chimpanzee blood
The Chinese vaccine was developed by researchers from Tsinghua University, Tianjin Medical University, and the Kunming-based Walvax Biotechnology Corporation .

The Walvax antigen was produced with chimpanzee blood. Since there are generally no previously stored neutralizing antibodies against chimpanzee adenovirus in the human body, the vaccine with this virus as a carrier will have the advantages of low adverse reactions, high production capacity and strong immunity after vaccination, said the researcher. Principal Zhang Linqi of Tsinghua University.

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Okay! WHO was good when it approved SII to supply COVAX (with AstraZeneca) but it is now a Chinese puppet?

Sorry, far more Chinese vaccines are exported than any other country. And everyday more countries are asking for them!



China has bribed WHO. This is the reason why donald trump stopped funding WHO as it was protecting China in Chinese virus case.
 

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The fact remains that the only Chinese vaccines which have been tested outside of China had side effects and low effectiveness. All this Chinese Communist Party (CCP) propaganda about newer vaccines that are coming out is mere speculation until they are actually tested through independent studies outside of China. I say "independent" because the CCP is very much capable of bribing companies and governments outside of China to alter the results in its favor, as the CCP did earlier in Brazil and seems to be doing now in Mexico. That is what had happened in Brazil until the newer independent study showed only 50 percent effectiveness for the Chinese vaccine with multiple side-effects like blindness.
 

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Okay! WHO was good when it approved SII to supply COVAX (with AstraZeneca) but it is now a Chinese puppet?

Sorry, far more Chinese vaccines are exported than any other country. And everyday more countries are asking for them!



Yes same WHO.
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China wants countries to buy its vaccine and other goods, with the idea of making countries and people totally dependent on them. It's like a cocaine or heroin dealer that way.
 

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China wants countries to buy its vaccine and other goods, with the idea of making countries and people totally dependent on them. It's like a cocaine or heroin dealer that way.
India expected the same chance, vaccine world leader, shift factories from China to India ...
Now all in shitty condition.

How the Modi Government Overestimated India’s Capacity to Make COVID Vaccines

 

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India expected the same chance, vaccine world leader, shift factories from China to India ...
Now all in shitty condition.

How the Modi Government Overestimated India’s Capacity to Make COVID Vaccines

Nah we didn't arm twisted any country in return unlike you who is having habit of asking gains in return.

You keep quoting bullshit articles which suits your narrative if I quote the same article against your country you will call it as propaganda.
 
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