A woman receives a Sinovac shot in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The country has purchased 47 doses of Chinese vaccines for every 100 people. Photo: EPA-EFE A woman receives a Sinovac shot in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The country has purchased 47 doses of Chinese vaccines for every 100 people. Photo: EPA-EFE
A woman receives a Sinovac shot in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The country has purchased 47 doses of Chinese vaccines for every 100 people. Photo: EPA-EFE

Coronavirus: how China is taking a high-stakes bet on vaccine diplomacy in Latin America

  • It’s the biggest recipient per capita of Chinese shots, which for many countries are the only option for now
  • Meanwhile, upcoming elections in the region could have potentially Beijing-friendly outcomes

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A woman receives a Sinovac shot in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The country has purchased 47 doses of Chinese vaccines for every 100 people. Photo: EPA-EFE A woman receives a Sinovac shot in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The country has purchased 47 doses of Chinese vaccines for every 100 people. Photo: EPA-EFE
A woman receives a Sinovac shot in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The country has purchased 47 doses of Chinese vaccines for every 100 people. Photo: EPA-EFE
READ FULL ARTICLE