Indonesia study finds China’s Sinovac vaccine highly effective in health workers
An analysis of Indonesian healthcare workers inoculated with a COVID-19 vaccine developed by China’s Sinovac Biotech showed it was 98 percent effective at preventing death and 96 percent effective at preventing hospitalization, a health ministry official said.
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The preliminary study was done from data on healthcare workers in the Indonesian capital Jakarta who had received the CoronaVac vaccine between January and March this year, lead researcher and health official Pandji Dhewantara said on Wednesday.
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