China will give millions of free vaccines to Bangladesh

China will provide more than 100,000 doses of Corona vaccine for free. This information is known from the report of the American media New York Times on Friday.

Sui-Li Wei, representative of the Times's Beijing Bureau, said in his report that the Chinese company will run a trial with 4,200 health workers in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh.

The neighboring Philippines will soon receive China's corona vaccine. Countries in Latin America and the Caribbean will receive a one billion dollar loan from China to purchase vaccines.

Bangladesh will get more than one lakh doses from a Chinese company.

The report details how China is seeking to expand friendships with vaccines from Asia to Africa.

Four Chinese vaccines are in phase III trials. No other country in the world could take so many vaccines in phase III trials.

The government of Bangladesh has already given permission for the trial of Sinovac's vaccine to ICDDRB. The company has been saying for a few days that the trial will officially start very soon.

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