A man receives the Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine in Belgrade on Thursday. Serbia inoculated more than 450,000 of its 7 million people in almost two weeks, a rate that exceeds all countries in Europe outside Britain, according to the scientific publication Our World in Data. Photo: AFP A man receives the Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine in Belgrade on Thursday. Serbia inoculated more than 450,000 of its 7 million people in almost two weeks, a rate that exceeds all countries in Europe outside Britain, according to the scientific publication Our World in Data. Photo: AFP
A man receives the Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine in Belgrade on Thursday. Serbia inoculated more than 450,000 of its 7 million people in almost two weeks, a rate that exceeds all countries in Europe outside Britain, according to the scientific publication Our World in Data. Photo: AFP

Coronavirus vaccine: China’s strong ties with Serbia create a stepping stone into European market

  • Delays in Astra-Zeneca vaccine production and missteps in EU vaccination programmes are in contrast to Serbia’s roll-out, the second fastest in Europe
  • French president says there is not enough scientific data about Chinese vaccines, but ‘we can be impressed by the Chinese efficiency’

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A man receives the Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine in Belgrade on Thursday. Serbia inoculated more than 450,000 of its 7 million people in almost two weeks, a rate that exceeds all countries in Europe outside Britain, according to the scientific publication Our World in Data. Photo: AFP A man receives the Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine in Belgrade on Thursday. Serbia inoculated more than 450,000 of its 7 million people in almost two weeks, a rate that exceeds all countries in Europe outside Britain, according to the scientific publication Our World in Data. Photo: AFP
A man receives the Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine in Belgrade on Thursday. Serbia inoculated more than 450,000 of its 7 million people in almost two weeks, a rate that exceeds all countries in Europe outside Britain, according to the scientific publication Our World in Data. Photo: AFP
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