Most people in Hong Kong have no confidence in the Chinese vaccine


The Hong Kong government once wanted to get the Synovac vaccine from China very soon. Now wants to be a little late. Meanwhile, a survey says that most people in Hong Kong have no confidence in Sinova. In response, only 29 percent of people said it was about China's Sinovac. It is clear that Hong Kongers have a strong interest in the vaccine in Germany and the United Kingdom.

Fifty-six percent of those surveyed said they would like to receive the German biotech vaccine. Another 35 percent said they wanted a vaccine developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca PLC. However, most people in Hong Kong do not want the vaccine. Only 46 percent of people think it is important to get vaccinated as soon as possible. After the vaccine arrived, the government ordered 7.5 million synovac vaccines. It is expected to leave China this January. The main reason for not coming yet is Hong Kong's caution.

Now the government wants to bring more confidence in the effectiveness of Synovac. So far, the Hong Kong government has confirmed that it has received 22.5 million doses of the vaccine. Synovac, Fosun Pharma-Biontech and AstraZeneca combined for 22.5 million. The Fosun-Biontech vaccine is expected to arrive in early February. Fosun Pharma, a business partner of Biotech in Germany.

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