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Hundreds of thousands have been given Chinese COVID-19 vaccines without a single infection


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Hundreds of thousands of people have been given two Chinese COVID-19 vaccine candidates as part of an emergency program, without a single case of infection or adverse effects, a senior official of a state-owned vaccine developer has said.

The two vaccines, developed by China National Biotec Group (CNBG), are expected to enter the market as soon as this December, and two shots will cost less than 1,000 yuan (about 146 U.S. dollars), said Zhou Song, the company's general legal counsel.

https://news.cgtn.com/news/2020-09-11/Hundreds-of-thousands-have-been-given-Chinese-COVID-19-vaccines-THnoo6BcFG/index.html

 

I'll bet Thailand will get the vaccine before western countries. Maybe arrive, get tested then get the vaccine shot and quarantine for only 7 days.

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The Thai government should negotiate with China to get some of these experimental vaccines and then offer anyone any special visa to enter Thailand if they are willing to be injected with these vaccines at their embassies around the world.

 

No need for any quarantine or charter flights. Just pay for the vaccines and a special visa.

 

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44 minutes ago, Selatan said:

The Thai government should negotiate with China to get some of these experimental vaccines and then offer anyone any special visa to enter Thailand if they are willing to be injected with these vaccines at their embassies around the world.

 

No need for any quarantine or charter flights. Just pay for the vaccines and a special visa.

 

It is highly unlikely the embassies would be involved with storing and administering vaccines.

 

I guess in the end they'll require a proof of vaccination with an approved vaccine,  but this is months away at best.  However if the vaccines are generally available in China in the coming months, the Thais can open the border for vaccinated Chinese, which would be good for the tourism.

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33 minutes ago, RichardColeman said:

Great plan. Create a virus, infect some of your own people, export the disease, destroy the world's economies other than your own, make countries shut down and then offer them a cure to rescue themselves at a high price - you know they wont give us the cure for free like their plague.

 

Course, I could just be cynical thinking the ones that created it are making the most of it 

 

Your post doesn't make much sense. This is not the way biological warfare is done.  It would be much better to covertly spread the virus in another country and blame that country later, not to infect its own citizens and lock down its own country first . Looks like the virus easily can survive long haul flights, and can be transported in the check-in baggage.

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"I'll bet Thailand will get the vaccine before western countries. Maybe arrive, get tested then get the vaccine shot and quarantine for only 7 days.'

 

If the Thais get the vaccines their first priority would be their own citizens, not foreigners. And some vaccines require 2 shots, so only 7 days quarantine may not be enough. 

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13 minutes ago, gearbox said:

 

"I'll bet Thailand will get the vaccine before western countries. Maybe arrive, get tested then get the vaccine shot and quarantine for only 7 days.'

 

If the Thais get the vaccines their first priority would be their own citizens, not foreigners. And some vaccines require 2 shots, so only 7 days quarantine may not be enough. 

Good point. They might get vaccination for their own population. 1.6 billion vaccines will take years to manufacture, i think. Then again for $150 they will probably offer it on alibaba.

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Here's the thing. The Chinese are going to have the first vaccine because they had a headstart and they're using the traditional method of taking a 'live' virus and inactivating it. But the problem is doing it that way makes it extremely difficult to mass produce. Western scientists, on the other hand, are using state-of-the-art methods to create a vaccine that will be easier to mass produce so it may be ready a few months later but more people in the world will end up getting it.

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21 minutes ago, gearbox said:

Your post doesn't make much sense. This is not the way biological warfare is done.  It would be much better to covertly spread the virus in another country and blame that country later, not to infect its own citizens and lock down its own country first . Looks like the virus easily can survive long haul flights, and can be transported in the check-in baggage.

Really ? think about it. Saying a bat virus came from a market next door to a bat virus research centre is a great double bluff. I mean who would believe the Chinese would spread a bat virus from a market near the bat research centre and not abroad as you say ? 

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Now consider this, vaccines are coming one way or another, there will be little chance of dodging that. Now, what happens when different countries enrich different manufacturers and use different vaccines?

 

It may be that regardless of what vaccine your country uses another country will require you to get theirs before entry. Lets see how those cocktails affect people health.

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1 hour ago, Rancid said:

Now consider this, vaccines are coming one way or another, there will be little chance of dodging that. Now, what happens when different countries enrich different manufacturers and use different vaccines?

 

It may be that regardless of what vaccine your country uses another country will require you to get theirs before entry. Lets see how those cocktails affect people health.

I think Thailand will announce soon that people who have had the vaccine (with proof) are allowed into Thailand without quarantine. Which will mean a flood of Chinese tourists.

 

The next step will be that tourists would fly to a city in China, then get the vaccine. They won't need quarantine because locals will have been vaccinated already. So after 7 days, they will be allowed to continue on to Thailand or other countries that allow vaccinated travelers to enter.

Assuming of course that the vaccine is over 70 effective.

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17 hours ago, torturedsole said:

I don't need a vaccine for a virus that really isn't up to much.  

Don't go upsetting the masses by not joining in the "fear" vaccine will save you! your immune system is useless, testing isn't flawed!

Oh and by the way the world is now neo Marxist - "technocracy" is all being!  :thumbsup: 

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