The Covax scheme is designed to ensure that lower-income countries get access to vaccines. Photo: Reuters The Covax scheme is designed to ensure that lower-income countries get access to vaccines. Photo: Reuters
The Covax scheme is designed to ensure that lower-income countries get access to vaccines. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: what China’s decision to join the WHO’s vaccine scheme means

  • Beijing signing up for the Covax distribution scheme stands in sharp contrast to Washington’s refusal to join
  • Scheme is intended to ensure poorer countries do not miss out. Foreign ministry says Beijing is committed to the equitable distribution of vaccines

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The Covax scheme is designed to ensure that lower-income countries get access to vaccines. Photo: Reuters The Covax scheme is designed to ensure that lower-income countries get access to vaccines. Photo: Reuters
The Covax scheme is designed to ensure that lower-income countries get access to vaccines. Photo: Reuters
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