In what may be a world first, authorities in Shanghai have started administering an oral version of the Covid-19 vaccine in a bid to get more booster doses into people. Photo: AP
In what may be a world first, authorities in Shanghai have started administering an oral version of the Covid-19 vaccine in a bid to get more booster doses into people. Photo: AP

Coronavirus: could China inhale its way out of zero-Covid restrictions with oral inoculations?

  • Authorities in Shanghai have started administering an oral version of a Covid-19 vaccine in a bid to get more booster doses into people
  • ‘It was like drinking a cup of milk tea,’ said one resident after sucking in the new needle-free vaccine

In what may be a world first, authorities in Shanghai have started administering an oral version of the Covid-19 vaccine in a bid to get more booster doses into people. Photo: AP
In what may be a world first, authorities in Shanghai have started administering an oral version of the Covid-19 vaccine in a bid to get more booster doses into people. Photo: AP
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