China mulls mixing vaccines to improve efficacy of jabs

  • China
  • Sunday, 11 Apr 2021

BEIJING, April 11 (AFP): China is considering the mixing of different Covid-19 vaccines to improve the relatively low efficacy of its existing options, a top health expert has told a conference.

Authorities have to "consider ways to solve the issue that efficacy rates of existing vaccines are not high", Chinese media outlet The Paper reported, citing Gao Fu, the head of the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention.

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China , Covid-19 , Vaccine , Mixing , Improve Jabs


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