Picture of the purported “Sinovac” vaccine advertised on WeChat social media. Photo: WeiboPicture of the purported “Sinovac” vaccine advertised on WeChat social media. Photo: Weibo
Picture of the purported “Sinovac” vaccine advertised on WeChat social media. Photo: Weibo

Coronavirus: ‘don’t fall for Chinese social media scams’ for US$71 ‘vaccine’

  • Advertisements claim their products protect against pandemic virus but vaccine firms cited say their genuine products are still in the clinical trial stage
  • China’s vaccine industry has been scarred by quality problems and scandals and is now strictly regulated

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Picture of the purported “Sinovac” vaccine advertised on WeChat social media. Photo: WeiboPicture of the purported “Sinovac” vaccine advertised on WeChat social media. Photo: Weibo
Picture of the purported “Sinovac” vaccine advertised on WeChat social media. Photo: Weibo
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