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Race On: China Starts Coronavirus Vaccine Trial, Vows Fast Development

The Race For Covid-19 Vaccines Is Hotting Up

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Leveraging on its Ebola vaccine success, Tianjin-based CanSino is testing its vaccine on humans in Wuhan and hopes to get China’s first COVID-19 vaccine on the market soon.

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