The BBC Also Wants To Prevent Turkish Doctors From Instigating Chinese Vaccines

- Jan 18, 2021-

A BBC reporter recently went to Istanbul, Turkey for an interview, using the recent news that "foreign media questioned the effectiveness of vaccines produced in China" as an "entry point" to interview local doctors, asking them if they would have doubts about Chinese vaccines. However, the result was negative-"no". 

  In the interview, the interviewed doctor also emphasized that the effective rate of the Chinese vaccine (Kexing Vaccine) in clinical trials in Turkey is as high as 90%. Recently, many heads of state have taken the lead in vaccinating this Chinese new crown vaccine, including Turkish President Erdogan.

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