Workers unload Sinopharm vaccines at the Phnom Penh airport in March. Cambodia is one of more than 60 countries to receive vaccines from China. Photo: Xinhua Workers unload Sinopharm vaccines at the Phnom Penh airport in March. Cambodia is one of more than 60 countries to receive vaccines from China. Photo: Xinhua
Workers unload Sinopharm vaccines at the Phnom Penh airport in March. Cambodia is one of more than 60 countries to receive vaccines from China. Photo: Xinhua

How China took an unlikely lead in the global supply of Covid-19 vaccines

  • Chinese shots have reached more than 60 countries so far, as rich nations guard their doses for mass inoculation at home
  • But the vaccines are still under review for WHO authorisation, and concerns remain over efficacy and data transparency

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Workers unload Sinopharm vaccines at the Phnom Penh airport in March. Cambodia is one of more than 60 countries to receive vaccines from China. Photo: Xinhua Workers unload Sinopharm vaccines at the Phnom Penh airport in March. Cambodia is one of more than 60 countries to receive vaccines from China. Photo: Xinhua
Workers unload Sinopharm vaccines at the Phnom Penh airport in March. Cambodia is one of more than 60 countries to receive vaccines from China. Photo: Xinhua
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