University students in Wuhan queue to receive Sinopharm Covid-19 jabs, but experts say not enough people are being vaccinated nationally. Photo: AFP University students in Wuhan queue to receive Sinopharm Covid-19 jabs, but experts say not enough people are being vaccinated nationally. Photo: AFP
University students in Wuhan queue to receive Sinopharm Covid-19 jabs, but experts say not enough people are being vaccinated nationally. Photo: AFP

Why China may struggle to meet its Covid-19 vaccination target by June

  • Jabs in acute shortage, with production capacity yet to catch up with domestic need and export demand
  • Average doses given per day would need to more than double for China to hit its June target of vaccinating 40 per cent of the population

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
University students in Wuhan queue to receive Sinopharm Covid-19 jabs, but experts say not enough people are being vaccinated nationally. Photo: AFP University students in Wuhan queue to receive Sinopharm Covid-19 jabs, but experts say not enough people are being vaccinated nationally. Photo: AFP
University students in Wuhan queue to receive Sinopharm Covid-19 jabs, but experts say not enough people are being vaccinated nationally. Photo: AFP
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