China Second Wave Fuels Vaccines Rush, Year-End Launch Possible?
Health, Political Pressures In Play
After two months of zero confirmed domestic coronavirus cases in Beijing, a new cluster of 50 fuels fears of a second wave and prompts authorities to speed up readiness through a first vaccine launch.
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