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Garin calls for review of FDA recommendation against Sinovac vaccine

• Although company respects PH regulator's recommendation, general manager of Sinovac Biotech says COVID-19 vaccine is effective for health workers and elderly

President Duterte puzzled over why PH drug regulator does not recommend use of COVID-19 shots from China's Sinovac Biotech for health frontliners, Malacañang says

Fil-Chinese business group inks deal with Sinovac for COVID-19 vaccine doses worth P325-M

Fil-Chinese business group inks deal with Sinovac for COVID-19 vaccine doses worth P325-M

Thailand received on Wednesday its first 200,000 doses of Sinovac Biotech’s CoronaVac, the country’s first batch of coronavirus vaccines, with inoculations set to begin in a few days. | @Reuters 

Singapore receives first shipment of China’s Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine; yet to be authorised for use here

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Singapore receives its first shipment of Sinovac's COVID-19 vaccine

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Sinovac: Brazil results show Chinese vaccine 50.4% effective

[FACT CHECK] The claim: Pres. Duterte on Wednesday claimed that all vaccines have the same potency because scientists "all studied the same microbes." The facts: Vaccine efficacy Pfizer–BioNTech 95% Moderna 94% Sinovac 50%-78% Gamaleya 91.4% AstraZeneca 62%-90%

A coronavirus vaccine developed by China’s Sinovac Biotech was just 50.4% effective at preventing symptomatic infections in a Brazilian trial, researchers said.

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Disappointing new data on China's Sinovac Covid-19: it's found to be significantly less effective than previous data suggested.

CEO of China’s Sinovac, which aims to sell coronavirus vaccine globally, paid bribes for other vaccine approvals, documents show

Sinovac's COVID-19 vaccine over 50% effective in Brazil tests, reports newspaper Folha

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Agusan del Norte 1st District Rep. Lawrence Fortun rejects Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine for its bare minimum efficacy rate of 50 percent.

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Coronavirus vaccines in stage three testing: Murdoch Institute and University of Melbourne - AustraliaSinovac - ChinaSinoPharm - China AstraZeneca and Oxford - UK Moderna and NIAID - US (starting 27th of July)

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