Wednesday, September 22

Coronavirus in China: 3 keys to the titanic vaccination campaign in the country with the most inhabitants in the world

  • Fernanda Paul
  • BBC World News

Vaccination process in Beijing.

Image source, Getty Images


As of March 14, China had administered 4.51 doses for every 100 people.

The marathon race to vaccinate the population against COVID-19 poses gigantic challenges for much of the world.

While some countries are advancing at a rapid pace – this is the case of Israel, Chile or the United Kingdom – others have received questions about the slowness of their process in the midst of the largest inoculation program in history.

China seems to be one of them. Despite starting its campaign in July last year and being one of the largest vaccine manufacturers in the world, its slow Immunization coverage has generated that authorities and experts from that country have to go out to but Explaintions.

According to data from Our World in Data, as of March 14, China had administered 4.51 doses per 100 people.

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