People are seen outside a clinic in Singapore that offers the Chinese-made Sinovac coronavirus jab. Photo: Reuters People are seen outside a clinic in Singapore that offers the Chinese-made Sinovac coronavirus jab. Photo: Reuters
People are seen outside a clinic in Singapore that offers the Chinese-made Sinovac coronavirus jab. Photo: Reuters

Singaporeans, Chinese nationals queue up for Sinovac vaccine, despite regulators’ concerns over efficacy

  • Sinovac has yet to be approved but Singaporeans rushed to private clinics for it, regardless of efficacy questions and ‘significant risk’ of vaccine breakthrough
  • The interest also came after the Chinese embassy held a meeting with local businesspeople and as Chinese nationals expressed more trust in Sinovac

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
People are seen outside a clinic in Singapore that offers the Chinese-made Sinovac coronavirus jab. Photo: Reuters People are seen outside a clinic in Singapore that offers the Chinese-made Sinovac coronavirus jab. Photo: Reuters
People are seen outside a clinic in Singapore that offers the Chinese-made Sinovac coronavirus jab. Photo: Reuters
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