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Oct 17, 2020 05:24:16   #
Canuckus Deploracus Loc: North of the wall
 
Frist province offering COVID-19 vaccination injections
Expat Focus

A province in eastern China has started a Covid-19 inoculation programme in an apparent pilot scheme for the whole country.

With the vaccines still in the final stage of human trials, Zhejiang has approved the “emergency use” of the vaccine for autumn and winter, Chen Guangsheng, vice secretary-general of the provincial government, said on Friday.

China first approved the emergency use of coronavirus vaccines in June. As of September, more than 350,000 people had been given the injections and none had suffered severe side effects, Science and Technology Daily reported last month.

But Zhejiang is the first place to start offering vaccinations through the local centre for disease control and prevention (CDC), the usual network for inoculations.

“The vaccine candidates made by Chinese pharmaceutical companies have entered phase III clinical trials. Their safety and efficacy are up to the expected standards. Zhejiang has evaluated the epidemic situation of the upcoming autumn and winter and has made plans for the emergency use of the coronavirus shots,” Chen said.

He added that the priority would be given to “key populations” and residents of areas hit by outbreaks.

The first people to be vaccinated will be “key protected targets”, a category that includes medical workers, disease control and prevention staff, customs and border control staff and people working at quarantine centres.

The next group will include essential workers, public servants, staff at “special venues” and people going on business trips overseas.

After this, the vaccine will be made available to members of the general public aged between 18 and 59. The vaccine will cost 400 yuan (just under US$60) and will consist of two separate injections, given two to four weeks apart.

Zhejiang CDC has bought the vaccines from the Beijing-based pharmaceutical company Sinovac and will distribute the shots to community health centres across the province, according to a statement from the local CDC in Jiaxing city.

“We have not started to give inoculations yet. I have not seen the vaccine myself and I only know that it has been distributed from the higher authorities,” an unidentified worker at Jiaxing CDC told news portal Thepaper.cn.

However, a worker at the CDC branch in Haiyan county said it was not guaranteed that there were enough stocks to give the injections to everybody who wanted them.

Tao Lina, a Shanghai-based vaccine expert, said many of those who had received the vaccines so far had received them through channels that the public did not know about.

“To my knowledge, this is the first time that coronavirus vaccines have been distributed through the CDC network,” Tao said.

“I guess that Zhejiang’s inoculation programme is a pilot for the state authorities before rolling out the vaccine injections across the country.”

In an interview with the state broadcaster CCTV last month, Wu Guizhen, the chief biosafety expert at the national CDC, said ordinary people would have access to locally developed coronavirus vaccines as early as November or December.

But Tao said he did not think most people in China would receive the vaccine.

“People have low willingness to be inoculated thanks to China’s outstanding work in curbing the epidemic. Besides, the Chinese public generally don’t trust vaccines,” he said.

Last week, the State-owned China National Biotec Group said it would give students studying overseas its experimental Covid-19 vaccine for free.

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Oct 17, 2020 06:54:25   #
Wolf counselor Loc: Heart of Texas
 
Canuckus Deploracus wrote:
Frist province offering COVID-19 vaccination injections
Expat Focus

A province in eastern China has started a Covid-19 inoculation programme in an apparent pilot scheme for the whole country.

With the vaccines still in the final stage of human trials, Zhejiang has approved the “emergency use” of the vaccine for autumn and winter, Chen Guangsheng, vice secretary-general of the provincial government, said on Friday.
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China first approved the emergency use of coronavirus vaccines in June. As of September, more than 350,000 people had been given the injections and none had suffered severe side effects, Science and Technology Daily reported last month.

But Zhejiang is the first place to start offering vaccinations through the local centre for disease control and prevention (CDC), the usual network for inoculations.

“The vaccine candidates made by Chinese pharmaceutical companies have entered phase III clinical trials. Their safety and efficacy are up to the expected standards. Zhejiang has evaluated the epidemic situation of the upcoming autumn and winter and has made plans for the emergency use of the coronavirus shots,” Chen said.

He added that the priority would be given to “key populations” and residents of areas hit by outbreaks.

The first people to be vaccinated will be “key protected targets”, a category that includes medical workers, disease control and prevention staff, customs and border control staff and people working at quarantine centres.

The next group will include essential workers, public servants, staff at “special venues” and people going on business trips overseas.

After this, the vaccine will be made available to members of the general public aged between 18 and 59. The vaccine will cost 400 yuan (just under US$60) and will consist of two separate injections, given two to four weeks apart.

Zhejiang CDC has bought the vaccines from the Beijing-based pharmaceutical company Sinovac and will distribute the shots to community health centres across the province, according to a statement from the local CDC in Jiaxing city.

“We have not started to give inoculations yet. I have not seen the vaccine myself and I only know that it has been distributed from the higher authorities,” an unidentified worker at Jiaxing CDC told news portal Thepaper.cn.

However, a worker at the CDC branch in Haiyan county said it was not guaranteed that there were enough stocks to give the injections to everybody who wanted them.

Tao Lina, a Shanghai-based vaccine expert, said many of those who had received the vaccines so far had received them through channels that the public did not know about.

“To my knowledge, this is the first time that coronavirus vaccines have been distributed through the CDC network,” Tao said.

“I guess that Zhejiang’s inoculation programme is a pilot for the state authorities before rolling out the vaccine injections across the country.”

In an interview with the state broadcaster CCTV last month, Wu Guizhen, the chief biosafety expert at the national CDC, said ordinary people would have access to locally developed coronavirus vaccines as early as November or December.

But Tao said he did not think most people in China would receive the vaccine.

“People have low willingness to be inoculated thanks to China’s outstanding work in curbing the epidemic. Besides, the Chinese public generally don’t trust vaccines,” he said.

Last week, the State-owned China National Biotec Group said it would give students studying overseas its experimental Covid-19 vaccine for free.
Frist province offering COVID-19 vaccination injec... (show quote)


I've discovered a cure for all sickness in China.



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Oct 17, 2020 07:06:03   #
TexaCan Loc: Heart in W Texas - feet on the beach in Al.
 
Canuckus Deploracus wrote:
Frist province offering COVID-19 vaccination injections
Expat Focus

A province in eastern China has started a Covid-19 inoculation programme in an apparent pilot scheme for the whole country.

With the vaccines still in the final stage of human trials, Zhejiang has approved the “emergency use” of the vaccine for autumn and winter, Chen Guangsheng, vice secretary-general of the provincial government, said on Friday.

China first approved the emergency use of coronavirus vaccines in June. As of September, more than 350,000 people had been given the injections and none had suffered severe side effects, Science and Technology Daily reported last month.

But Zhejiang is the first place to start offering vaccinations through the local centre for disease control and prevention (CDC), the usual network for inoculations.

“The vaccine candidates made by Chinese pharmaceutical companies have entered phase III clinical trials. Their safety and efficacy are up to the expected standards. Zhejiang has evaluated the epidemic situation of the upcoming autumn and winter and has made plans for the emergency use of the coronavirus shots,” Chen said.

He added that the priority would be given to “key populations” and residents of areas hit by outbreaks.

The first people to be vaccinated will be “key protected targets”, a category that includes medical workers, disease control and prevention staff, customs and border control staff and people working at quarantine centres.

The next group will include essential workers, public servants, staff at “special venues” and people going on business trips overseas.

After this, the vaccine will be made available to members of the general public aged between 18 and 59. The vaccine will cost 400 yuan (just under US$60) and will consist of two separate injections, given two to four weeks apart.

Zhejiang CDC has bought the vaccines from the Beijing-based pharmaceutical company Sinovac and will distribute the shots to community health centres across the province, according to a statement from the local CDC in Jiaxing city.

“We have not started to give inoculations yet. I have not seen the vaccine myself and I only know that it has been distributed from the higher authorities,” an unidentified worker at Jiaxing CDC told news portal Thepaper.cn.

However, a worker at the CDC branch in Haiyan county said it was not guaranteed that there were enough stocks to give the injections to everybody who wanted them.

Tao Lina, a Shanghai-based vaccine expert, said many of those who had received the vaccines so far had received them through channels that the public did not know about.

“To my knowledge, this is the first time that coronavirus vaccines have been distributed through the CDC network,” Tao said.

“I guess that Zhejiang’s inoculation programme is a pilot for the state authorities before rolling out the vaccine injections across the country.”

In an interview with the state broadcaster CCTV last month, Wu Guizhen, the chief biosafety expert at the national CDC, said ordinary people would have access to locally developed coronavirus vaccines as early as November or December.

But Tao said he did not think most people in China would receive the vaccine.

“People have low willingness to be inoculated thanks to China’s outstanding work in curbing the epidemic. Besides, the Chinese public generally don’t trust vaccines,” he said.

Last week, the State-owned China National Biotec Group said it would give students studying overseas its experimental Covid-19 vaccine for free.
Frist province offering COVID-19 vaccination injec... (show quote)


More and more evidence is being revealed against China! Why in the world would anyone trust anything that they say or do at this point! 👿

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Oct 17, 2020 07:26:37   #
Canuckus Deploracus Loc: North of the wall
 
TexaCan wrote:
More and more evidence is being revealed against China! Why in the world would anyone trust anything that they say or do at this point! 👿


Who's trusting???

You won't see me lining up for the vaccine

As for evidence... Not really

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Oct 17, 2020 07:31:42   #
TexaCan Loc: Heart in W Texas - feet on the beach in Al.
 
Canuckus Deploracus wrote:
Who's trusting???

You won't see me lining up for the vaccine

As for evidence... Not really


Not everyone is in denial concerning China! 😉

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Oct 17, 2020 07:48:51   #
Canuckus Deploracus Loc: North of the wall
 
TexaCan wrote:
Not everyone is in denial concerning China! 😉


Nope... Some of us are pretty familiar with it... Others - not so much

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Oct 17, 2020 08:07:03   #
Radiance3
 
Wolf counselor wrote:
I've discovered a cure for all sickness in China.


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Great idea. All those thieves and deceptive people must not be allowed into the US.

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Oct 17, 2020 08:09:05   #
bylm1-Bernie
 
Canuckus Deploracus wrote:
Frist province offering COVID-19 vaccination injections
Expat Focus

A province in eastern China has started a Covid-19 inoculation programme in an apparent pilot scheme for the whole country.

With the vaccines still in the final stage of human trials, Zhejiang has approved the “emergency use” of the vaccine for autumn and winter, Chen Guangsheng, vice secretary-general of the provincial government, said on Friday.

China first approved the emergency use of coronavirus vaccines in June. As of September, more than 350,000 people had been given the injections and none had suffered severe side effects, Science and Technology Daily reported last month.

But Zhejiang is the first place to start offering vaccinations through the local centre for disease control and prevention (CDC), the usual network for inoculations.

“The vaccine candidates made by Chinese pharmaceutical companies have entered phase III clinical trials. Their safety and efficacy are up to the expected standards. Zhejiang has evaluated the epidemic situation of the upcoming autumn and winter and has made plans for the emergency use of the coronavirus shots,” Chen said.

He added that the priority would be given to “key populations” and residents of areas hit by outbreaks.

The first people to be vaccinated will be “key protected targets”, a category that includes medical workers, disease control and prevention staff, customs and border control staff and people working at quarantine centres.

The next group will include essential workers, public servants, staff at “special venues” and people going on business trips overseas.

After this, the vaccine will be made available to members of the general public aged between 18 and 59. The vaccine will cost 400 yuan (just under US$60) and will consist of two separate injections, given two to four weeks apart.

Zhejiang CDC has bought the vaccines from the Beijing-based pharmaceutical company Sinovac and will distribute the shots to community health centres across the province, according to a statement from the local CDC in Jiaxing city.

“We have not started to give inoculations yet. I have not seen the vaccine myself and I only know that it has been distributed from the higher authorities,” an unidentified worker at Jiaxing CDC told news portal Thepaper.cn.

However, a worker at the CDC branch in Haiyan county said it was not guaranteed that there were enough stocks to give the injections to everybody who wanted them.

Tao Lina, a Shanghai-based vaccine expert, said many of those who had received the vaccines so far had received them through channels that the public did not know about.

“To my knowledge, this is the first time that coronavirus vaccines have been distributed through the CDC network,” Tao said.

“I guess that Zhejiang’s inoculation programme is a pilot for the state authorities before rolling out the vaccine injections across the country.”

In an interview with the state broadcaster CCTV last month, Wu Guizhen, the chief biosafety expert at the national CDC, said ordinary people would have access to locally developed coronavirus vaccines as early as November or December.

But Tao said he did not think most people in China would receive the vaccine.

“People have low willingness to be inoculated thanks to China’s outstanding work in curbing the epidemic. Besides, the Chinese public generally don’t trust vaccines,” he said.

Last week, the State-owned China National Biotec Group said it would give students studying overseas its experimental Covid-19 vaccine for free.
Frist province offering COVID-19 vaccination injec... (show quote)



Interesting. Do you have a feel for the degree of care and testing the Chinese CDC gives relative to the American counterpart? Seems to me the reluctance that the Chinese populace shows toward vaccines is comparable to the US.

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Oct 17, 2020 08:20:15   #
RT friend Loc: Kangaroo valley NSW Australia
 
Canuckus Deploracus wrote:
Frist province offering COVID-19 vaccination injections
Expat Focus

A province in eastern China has started a Covid-19 inoculation programme in an apparent pilot scheme for the whole country.

With the vaccines still in the final stage of human trials, Zhejiang has approved the “emergency use” of the vaccine for autumn and winter, Chen Guangsheng, vice secretary-general of the provincial government, said on Friday.

China first approved the emergency use of coronavirus vaccines in June. As of September, more than 350,000 people had been given the injections and none had suffered severe side effects, Science and Technology Daily reported last month.

But Zhejiang is the first place to start offering vaccinations through the local centre for disease control and prevention (CDC), the usual network for inoculations.

“The vaccine candidates made by Chinese pharmaceutical companies have entered phase III clinical trials. Their safety and efficacy are up to the expected standards. Zhejiang has evaluated the epidemic situation of the upcoming autumn and winter and has made plans for the emergency use of the coronavirus shots,” Chen said.

He added that the priority would be given to “key populations” and residents of areas hit by outbreaks.

The first people to be vaccinated will be “key protected targets”, a category that includes medical workers, disease control and prevention staff, customs and border control staff and people working at quarantine centres.

The next group will include essential workers, public servants, staff at “special venues” and people going on business trips overseas.

After this, the vaccine will be made available to members of the general public aged between 18 and 59. The vaccine will cost 400 yuan (just under US$60) and will consist of two separate injections, given two to four weeks apart.

Zhejiang CDC has bought the vaccines from the Beijing-based pharmaceutical company Sinovac and will distribute the shots to community health centres across the province, according to a statement from the local CDC in Jiaxing city.

“We have not started to give inoculations yet. I have not seen the vaccine myself and I only know that it has been distributed from the higher authorities,” an unidentified worker at Jiaxing CDC told news portal Thepaper.cn.

However, a worker at the CDC branch in Haiyan county said it was not guaranteed that there were enough stocks to give the injections to everybody who wanted them.

Tao Lina, a Shanghai-based vaccine expert, said many of those who had received the vaccines so far had received them through channels that the public did not know about.

“To my knowledge, this is the first time that coronavirus vaccines have been distributed through the CDC network,” Tao said.

“I guess that Zhejiang’s inoculation programme is a pilot for the state authorities before rolling out the vaccine injections across the country.”

In an interview with the state broadcaster CCTV last month, Wu Guizhen, the chief biosafety expert at the national CDC, said ordinary people would have access to locally developed coronavirus vaccines as early as November or December.

But Tao said he did not think most people in China would receive the vaccine.

“People have low willingness to be inoculated thanks to China’s outstanding work in curbing the epidemic. Besides, the Chinese public generally don’t trust vaccines,” he said.

Last week, the State-owned China National Biotec Group said it would give students studying overseas its experimental Covid-19 vaccine for free.
Frist province offering COVID-19 vaccination injec... (show quote)


Neo Fascism wins again, it always will, all liberal democrats can do is print over zero interest rates, never previewed by history before 2006 when Japan kicked it off, incidentally Japan just told Trump to go jump in the lake because their not going to cut China off, a sorry state of affairs when we see Biden bowing to what he sees as the inevitable, Europe is plunging into darkness too, in fact the Angelo French World is headed into occultation, only Religion can save us, God is not happy with funny looking people with stupid hats and platted ear droppings nodding like imbeciles.



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Oct 17, 2020 08:34:21   #
Tiptop789 Loc: State of Denial
 
Radiance3 wrote:
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Great idea. All those thieves and deceptive people must not be allowed into the US.



While I understand your concern, but there's a very deceptive person living at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. There's a real concern that he's a thief also.

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Oct 17, 2020 08:42:26   #
Tiptop789 Loc: State of Denial
 
RT friend wrote:
Neo Fascism wins again, it always will, all liberal democrats can do is print over zero interest rates, never previewed by history before 2006 when Japan kicked it off, incidentally Japan just told Trump to go jump in the lake because their not going to cut China off, a sorry state of affairs when we see Biden bowing to what he sees as the inevitable, Europe is plunging into darkness too, in fact the Angelo French World is headed into occultation, only Religion can save us, God is not happy with funny looking people with stupid hats and platted ear droppings nodding like imbeciles.


Neo Fascism wins again, it always will, all libera... (show quote)



You're lost of you think religion will save us. Which religion, what will they save us from, ourselves. It's great humans believe in a god, but many millions have been murdered in the name of religion. If you believe this, great, but I'm not holding my breath waiting for a signal.

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Oct 17, 2020 08:44:08   #
Wonttakeitanymore
 
Canuckus Deploracus wrote:
Frist province offering COVID-19 vaccination injections
Expat Focus

A province in eastern China has started a Covid-19 inoculation programme in an apparent pilot scheme for the whole country.

With the vaccines still in the final stage of human trials, Zhejiang has approved the “emergency use” of the vaccine for autumn and winter, Chen Guangsheng, vice secretary-general of the provincial government, said on Friday.

China first approved the emergency use of coronavirus vaccines in June. As of September, more than 350,000 people had been given the injections and none had suffered severe side effects, Science and Technology Daily reported last month.

But Zhejiang is the first place to start offering vaccinations through the local centre for disease control and prevention (CDC), the usual network for inoculations.

“The vaccine candidates made by Chinese pharmaceutical companies have entered phase III clinical trials. Their safety and efficacy are up to the expected standards. Zhejiang has evaluated the epidemic situation of the upcoming autumn and winter and has made plans for the emergency use of the coronavirus shots,” Chen said.

He added that the priority would be given to “key populations” and residents of areas hit by outbreaks.

The first people to be vaccinated will be “key protected targets”, a category that includes medical workers, disease control and prevention staff, customs and border control staff and people working at quarantine centres.

The next group will include essential workers, public servants, staff at “special venues” and people going on business trips overseas.

After this, the vaccine will be made available to members of the general public aged between 18 and 59. The vaccine will cost 400 yuan (just under US$60) and will consist of two separate injections, given two to four weeks apart.

Zhejiang CDC has bought the vaccines from the Beijing-based pharmaceutical company Sinovac and will distribute the shots to community health centres across the province, according to a statement from the local CDC in Jiaxing city.

“We have not started to give inoculations yet. I have not seen the vaccine myself and I only know that it has been distributed from the higher authorities,” an unidentified worker at Jiaxing CDC told news portal Thepaper.cn.

However, a worker at the CDC branch in Haiyan county said it was not guaranteed that there were enough stocks to give the injections to everybody who wanted them.

Tao Lina, a Shanghai-based vaccine expert, said many of those who had received the vaccines so far had received them through channels that the public did not know about.

“To my knowledge, this is the first time that coronavirus vaccines have been distributed through the CDC network,” Tao said.

“I guess that Zhejiang’s inoculation programme is a pilot for the state authorities before rolling out the vaccine injections across the country.”

In an interview with the state broadcaster CCTV last month, Wu Guizhen, the chief biosafety expert at the national CDC, said ordinary people would have access to locally developed coronavirus vaccines as early as November or December.

But Tao said he did not think most people in China would receive the vaccine.

“People have low willingness to be inoculated thanks to China’s outstanding work in curbing the epidemic. Besides, the Chinese public generally don’t trust vaccines,” he said.

Last week, the State-owned China National Biotec Group said it would give students studying overseas its experimental Covid-19 vaccine for free.
Frist province offering COVID-19 vaccination injec... (show quote)


Only makes sense, they perpetrated it! So it would seem they had the head start advantage to “create” the antidote, uh injection!

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Oct 17, 2020 08:46:09   #
Wonttakeitanymore
 
RT friend wrote:
Neo Fascism wins again, it always will, all liberal democrats can do is print over zero interest rates, never previewed by history before 2006 when Japan kicked it off, incidentally Japan just told Trump to go jump in the lake because their not going to cut China off, a sorry state of affairs when we see Biden bowing to what he sees as the inevitable, Europe is plunging into darkness too, in fact the Angelo French World is headed into occultation, only Religion can save us, God is not happy with funny looking people with stupid hats and platted ear droppings nodding like imbeciles.


Neo Fascism wins again, it always will, all libera... (show quote)


Not religion, Jesus Christ!!!

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Oct 17, 2020 09:15:57   #
bylm1-Bernie
 
Tiptop789 wrote:
While I understand your concern, but there's a very deceptive person living at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. There's a real concern that he's a thief also.


I haven't heard of that, except in Democrat posts.

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Oct 17, 2020 09:23:59   #
Canuckus Deploracus Loc: North of the wall
 
bylm1-Bernie wrote:
Interesting. Do you have a feel for the degree of care and testing the Chinese CDC gives relative to the American counterpart? Seems to me the reluctance that the Chinese populace shows toward vaccines is comparable to the US.


China has nowhere near the number of anti vaxxers America has... But people are not lining up for this one...

And last year's vaccine scandal isn't helping matters...

As for testing... Reports are positive... Or at least reported as such

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