China Administers Unlicensed Experimental COVID-19 Vaccines to Its Citizens

China Administers Unlicensed Experimental COVID-19 Vaccines to Its Citizens

China is the first country in the world to vaccinate its citizens with experimental COVID-19 vaccines that are still undergoing clinical trials. No other country has vaccinated people on such a large scale with experimental COVID-19 vaccines prior to final regulatory approval for general use as China has done with their coronavirus vaccine candidates.1

Chinese Government Authorized Emergency Use of COVID-19 Vaccines

According to Zheng Zhongwei, director of the Development Center for Medical Science and Technology at the National Health Commission in China, the Chinese government authorized the emergency use of COVID-19 vaccine candidates developed by domestic pharmaceutical companies on July 22, 2020.2

Zheng, who is leading China’s COVID-19 vaccine development task force, said the emergency use authorization was in line with Chinese vaccine law, which allows unapproved vaccine candidates to be used on people who are considered high-risk for a limited period.3

China has reportedly been administering experimental COVID-19 vaccines to high-risk individuals for over a month. Among those who have received experimental coronavirus vaccines include frontline health care workers, public service workers and border officials.4 Chinese pharmaceutical companies have also administered their experimental vaccines to their top executives and leading researchers.5

Thousands of COVID-19 Vaccinated Citizens Forced to Sign “Nondisclosure” Agreement

There are four COVID-19 vaccine candidates developed by Chinese pharmaceutical companies that are currently in Phase 3 clinical trials, which are mostly being conducted in United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Peru, Morocco, Argentina, Indonesia and Brazil. The Chinese government has approved three experimental coronavirus vaccines for emergency use that are currently being administered in China.6

State-owned Sinopharm, a Chinese pharmaceutical company, has reportedly given their experimental vaccine to 350,000 people. Sinovac Biotech Ltd., another Chinese pharmaceutical company, has administered its experimental vaccine to 90 percent of its employees and family members under the emergency-use provision and thousands of doses to employees of Beijing city government. The Chinese military has also approved the use of a vaccine it developed with CanSino Biologics, Inc., a Chinese biopharmaceutical company, for experimental use in military personnel.7

The Hindustan Times has reported that those getting these experimental vaccines are also made to sign a “nondisclosure agreement”, complying with nondisclosure of any details to the media.8 Presumably, that includes being prohibited from publicly describing any vaccine reactions that occur after vaccination.

WHO Supports China’s Emergency Use of Experimental COVID-19 Vaccines

According to Zheng, China gained the “understanding and support” from the World Health Organization (WHO) before starting a controversial emergency use program for its COVID-19 vaccine candidates.9

Dr. Mariângela Simão, the WHO’s assistant director-general for access to medicines and health products said…

Countries have autonomy according to their national regulations and legislations to issue emergency use authorizations for any health product, and China and other countries have already done so for different products. And WHO has emergency use listing provisions and has issued already several products for diagnostics.10


References:

1 Sui-Lee W. China Gives Unproven Covid-19 Vaccines to Thousands, With Risks Unknown. The New York Times Sept. 26, 2020.
2 Qi G. China using “emergency” authorization to try COVID vaccines on state workers. CBS News Aug. 25, 2020.
3 Ibid.
4 Ibid.
5 Wu H, McNeil S. China pushes emergency use of COVID vaccine despite concerns. ABC News Sept. 26, 2020.
6 See Footnote 1.
7 See Footnote 5.
8 India TV News Desk. China gives COVID-19 vaccines to thousands with risks unknown, makes them sign ‘nondisclosure’ agreement. Indian TV News Sept. 27, 2020.
9 Gan N. China says it got WHO support for coronavirus vaccine emergency use. CNN Sept. 25, 2020.
10 Ibid.

10 Responses to "China Administers Unlicensed Experimental COVID-19 Vaccines to Its Citizens"

  1. Colorado   October 5, 2020 at 4:42 pm

    WHO supports China’s use of experimental Covid-19 (TM) vaccines.

    Synonymous with; China supports China’s use of experimental Covid-19 (TM) vaccines.

    The USA needs to sever all ties with WHO, with haste.

    Those jokers. It’s no longer about health. Now it’s about politics. I don’t care how the brand it, how the sell it, how the solicit or on what medium they solicit; Taking medicines when you’re otherwise healthy is not cool or trendy, but rather, a really really stupid move. Fools rush in.

    2020, where it’s trendy and popular to be a hypochondriac. New normal is synonymous with a severe reduction in personal liberties. Freedom loving patriots do have normalcy bias, and we will our entire lives. That is because we enjoy a life of liberty and prosperity. We will not comply.

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  2. Elaine   October 5, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    Since it is not mentioned in this article, I am assuming that this was not ”mandatory” in China?

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  3. Paula   October 5, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    They’re going to have a lot of deaths from those vaccines. The human body is made to fight infections and viruses. No need for vaccines that are going to alter DNA and poison people.

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  4. Tom   October 5, 2020 at 6:55 pm

    WHO is a Communist organization and can never be trusted. China, being a Communist country, has citizens to burn…so to speak. Sadly, China’s government will force people to do whatever they want and if things go haywire, we will never get the truth. If there is a pandemic, how come the total world deaths in 2020 ( about 59 million or so) will be equal to or even less than last year? Experimental as in RNA/DNA altering crap that will render the victim as a who knows what.

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  5. Lawrence Greenberg   October 5, 2020 at 7:22 pm

    It is estimated that Mao murdered between 50 and 80 million of his own citizens, with no regrets whatsoever. And if anyone thinks the current crop of “leaders” in Red China care any more than Mao did about the Chinese people, then I have a bridge to sell you – cheap.

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  6. sivani lloyd   October 5, 2020 at 7:30 pm

    WHO said countries have autonomy. When the U.S. delayed it’s reaction to Covid 19…WHO accepted we were an autonomous nation. When we were slow to test, social distance, accept masks, and shut down areas of contagion, and still don’t supply our people with the necessary tools as do many other countries—WHO has to accept how U.S. has it’s policies as autonomous. If WHO tried to step in…the above Colorado commenter would have said we should have severed ties. I don’t agree with most of China’s policies. But I also don’t agree with many of our policies either.

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    • Kenneth   October 7, 2020 at 11:58 am

      Please explain how we had a delayed reaction? We shut down travel from China and other affected areas and did try to address the problem. Unfortunately the politicians that are trying to hurt the current administration claimed those actions as xenophobic and racists and told everyone to keep gathering in groups and attend any event they wanted to at certain “hot spots”…not sure where you get your information 🤔

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  7. Joy Metcalf   October 5, 2020 at 7:30 pm

    Yessir, rushing a rushed vaccine to high-risk groups is a smart move! Especially if you have too many people and want population control. We’ve heard about the vaccine, will we hear about the aftermath? I sincerely doubt it. They’ve already made sure of that, haven’t they, since no one who gets the vaccines can tell the press about adverse reactions.

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    • Gail   October 26, 2020 at 6:01 pm

      yep….kill off the “high risk” group. But I find it interesting that the “high risk” group are front line health care workers, doctors, nurses, emergency response personnel, executives, leaders, etc. In other words – the well educated, the people who are also capable of understanding all the ramifications and saying NO! hmmmm…? get rid of them and most others will not put up a fight… ;-(

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  8. LC   October 6, 2020 at 6:49 am

    And who owns half of WHO? Why, the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation! I wouldn’t trust anything from them, China or pharmaceutical companies. They all have one thing in common- Greed!

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