Monks and nuns talk to health care workers before receiving their first dose of China’s Sinovac Biotech vaccine, at the parking lot of the Grand Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia, on February 25. Photo: Reuters Monks and nuns talk to health care workers before receiving their first dose of China’s Sinovac Biotech vaccine, at the parking lot of the Grand Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia, on February 25. Photo: Reuters
Monks and nuns talk to health care workers before receiving their first dose of China’s Sinovac Biotech vaccine, at the parking lot of the Grand Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia, on February 25. Photo: Reuters

Letters | What if China and India joined hands on coronavirus vaccines?

  • The two Asian giants, both engaged in vaccine diplomacy, could set up a joint research team to deal with virus variants and donate upgraded vaccines

Topic |   China coronavirus vaccine
Monks and nuns talk to health care workers before receiving their first dose of China’s Sinovac Biotech vaccine, at the parking lot of the Grand Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia, on February 25. Photo: Reuters Monks and nuns talk to health care workers before receiving their first dose of China’s Sinovac Biotech vaccine, at the parking lot of the Grand Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia, on February 25. Photo: Reuters
Monks and nuns talk to health care workers before receiving their first dose of China’s Sinovac Biotech vaccine, at the parking lot of the Grand Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia, on February 25. Photo: Reuters
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