A member of the Witoto indigenous tribe receives the Sinovac coronavirus vaccine in Manaus, Brazil, on January 18, 2021. Photo: Bloomberg A member of the Witoto indigenous tribe receives the Sinovac coronavirus vaccine in Manaus, Brazil, on January 18, 2021. Photo: Bloomberg
A member of the Witoto indigenous tribe receives the Sinovac coronavirus vaccine in Manaus, Brazil, on January 18, 2021. Photo: Bloomberg
Jacob Mardell
Opinion

Opinion

Jacob Mardell

China’s coronavirus vaccines: for many countries, it’s not political, it’s the only choice

  • When it comes to the driving forces behind purchase agreements with China, the picture that emerges is one of adequate solutions meeting extreme demand. China, and now Russia, are winning purchase agreements simply by being able to deliver

A member of the Witoto indigenous tribe receives the Sinovac coronavirus vaccine in Manaus, Brazil, on January 18, 2021. Photo: Bloomberg A member of the Witoto indigenous tribe receives the Sinovac coronavirus vaccine in Manaus, Brazil, on January 18, 2021. Photo: Bloomberg
A member of the Witoto indigenous tribe receives the Sinovac coronavirus vaccine in Manaus, Brazil, on January 18, 2021. Photo: Bloomberg
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Jacob Mardell

Jacob Mardell

Jacob Mardell is an analyst at the Mercator Institute for China Studies.