A member of staff tests samples of the Covid-19 inactivated vaccine at a Sinopharm vaccine production plant in Beijing, on April 11. Photo: Xinhua A member of staff tests samples of the Covid-19 inactivated vaccine at a Sinopharm vaccine production plant in Beijing, on April 11. Photo: Xinhua
A member of staff tests samples of the Covid-19 inactivated vaccine at a Sinopharm vaccine production plant in Beijing, on April 11. Photo: Xinhua
Hari Kumar
Opinion

Opinion

Hari Kumar

For the world to trust Chinese coronavirus vaccines, transparency is vital

  • As a country that has seen scandals in the recent past, China has to be careful in its approach to vaccine development. Its advantage as a leading economy won’t be enough to convince the world of the safety of its treatment

A member of staff tests samples of the Covid-19 inactivated vaccine at a Sinopharm vaccine production plant in Beijing, on April 11. Photo: Xinhua A member of staff tests samples of the Covid-19 inactivated vaccine at a Sinopharm vaccine production plant in Beijing, on April 11. Photo: Xinhua
A member of staff tests samples of the Covid-19 inactivated vaccine at a Sinopharm vaccine production plant in Beijing, on April 11. Photo: Xinhua
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Hari Kumar

Hari Kumar

Hari Kumar is a journalist based in Hong Kong since 2003.