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China gives Sinopharm green light to use Covid-19 vaccine on children aged 3 to 17
Beijing has given its approval to Sinopharm for one of its vaccines to be administered to children between the ages of three and 17, after Sinovacs shot was given the green light for use on youngsters last week.
Speaking to reporters on Friday, Shao Yiming, a researcher at the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, said Sinopharm’s Beijing Institute of Biological Products subsidiary had been granted approval to use its vaccine on children and adolescents.
The approval means the vaccine, which is administered in a two-dose regimen, can be given to those aged between three and 17. In May, it was granted emergency approval by the World Health Organization in a move that removed residual doubts about its effectiveness and safety.