In China, not being able to use all allocated coronavirus vaccines in a village, township or city could be a sign that local population figures were inflated. Photo: AFP
In China, not being able to use all allocated coronavirus vaccines in a village, township or city could be a sign that local population figures were inflated. Photo: AFP
Zhou Xin
Opinion

Opinion

Zhou Xin

China’s census accuracy faces reality check in Covid-19 vaccination and testing

  • Local governments in China may receive more money from the central government as some subsidies are granted on a per capita basis
  • But an inability to use all allocated vaccinations for local populations could suggest that population figures were misreported

In China, not being able to use all allocated coronavirus vaccines in a village, township or city could be a sign that local population figures were inflated. Photo: AFP
In China, not being able to use all allocated coronavirus vaccines in a village, township or city could be a sign that local population figures were inflated. Photo: AFP
READ FULL ARTICLE