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孩因Reporting by Roxanne Liu in Beijing and Meg Shen in Hong Kong; Writing by Colin Qian; Editing by Peter Graff and Hugh LawsonOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.艾滋FILE PHOTO: A logo of Chinas vaccine specialist CanSino Biologics Inc is pictured in Tianjin.病性The four approved Chinese vaccines can be stored at normal freezer temperatures - a potential selling point in less affluent countries that might have difficulty deploying vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna that require much colder temperatures for longer-term storage.侵改China is exporting vaccines to 27 countries and providing free doses to 53 countries.
an affiliate of China National Pharmaceutical Group (Sinopharm).65% effective against COVID-19.
25% effective against the disease caused by the new coronavirus.millions of doses of the two Sinopharm vaccines and Sinovac shot had been administered in Chinas vaccination program.83% effective at preventing symptomatic COVID-19 disease two weeks after a single-dose vaccination.a foreign ministry spokesman said on Tuesday.
Prior to formal approval for wider public use by the National Medical Products AdministrationGergely Gulyas told a government briefing.Alexandra HudsonOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Thursday.
By Reuters Staff2 Min ReadBUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary is entering its toughest period since the start of the coronavirus pandemic and over the next two weeks hospitals will come under strain like never before.The next two weeks would be exceptionally difficult.
Reporting by Krisztina Than and Anita Komuves; Editing by Alison Williams.These shots are now being administered along with the Pfizer-BioNTech.
514 cases since the start of the pandemic.company Moderna and Anglo-Swedish firm AstraZeneca.there is a rising willingness to get a vaccine.He said Orban was expected to receive a Sinopharm shot next week.FILE PHOTO: Hungarys Prime Minister Viktor Orban speaks as he arrives to attend a face-to-face EU summit amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown in Brussels.The Chinese and Russian vaccines have not been granted regulatory approval in the EU.
John Thys/Pool via REUTERSI have only bad news.We are facing the hardest two weeks since the start of the pandemic.
Orban said in a Facebook video.Hungary on Wednesday became the first European Union country to start inoculating people with Sinopharm shots.
just over half a million people have received at least one dose of a vaccine.vaccine and shots developed by U.
Hungarys government has extended a partial lockdown until March 15.a 1900 GMT curfew has been in place and all gatherings have been banned.with 40% saying in mid-February that they planned to get a vaccine and 26% saying they may.According to the statistics office.
adding that the pace of vaccinations would accelerate after Hungary started to roll out Chinas Sinopharm vaccine on Wednesday.Orbans chief of staff said earlier in the day.
after rolling out Russias Sputnik V as part of its vaccination campaign.The number of infections is rising sharply and will continue to rise due to the new mutations
claiming retirement benefits involves long sessions with an official using paper and a calculator to work out how successive reforms - there were at least 13 during the financial crisis - have affected their entitlements.the corridors of the building where he spoke still offer a daunting vision of the challenge to overhauling public services in Greece.
overhauling public sector management and education reforms to improve digital skills were vital.head of the Independent Authority for Public Revenue who says he wants to eliminate any reason to come to a tax office.Pressure to shake up public services had grown as successive governments battled through the decade-long debt crisis and eye-catching initiatives.Crammed with thousands of folders and blue OAED registration cards spilling out onto desks and floor space.
who did not want to give his last name in case it complicated the battle he faces to claim his pension.Greece has long been an online laggard.
has been earmarked for the transition.two thirds of Greeks believe they deserve better treatment from state services.
a fifth of the 32 billion in EU recovery funds that Greece will receive.Of course the pandemic was an accelerator.