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Hong Kong authorities punish clinic for recommending foreign vaccine over Sinovac

WebdeskMar 25, 2021, 11:27 AM IST

Hong Kong authorities punish clinic for recommending foreign vaccine over Sinovac

In yet another incident which shows Hong Kong losing the liberty which it had enjoyed before, the Hong Kong health authorities have dropped a private clinic from the city's coronavirus vaccination programme after it recommended the German-made Pfizer-BioNTech shot to patients over the one from China's Sinovac. The Sinovac vaccine, made by China has a comparatively lower efficacy rate and was fast-tracked by regulators despite a lack of published data. The Chinese authorities came after a photo of a notice at the clinic comparing the two vaccines' efficacy rates went viral online over the weekend. "Advice: don't take Sinovac, take BioNTech," the notice read, adding one of the clinic's own doctors had chosen the latter.

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