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Not available in Canada: A look at COVID-19 vaccine tech from China, India and Cuba

CBC.ca Tuesday, 4 May 2021 ()
COVID-19 vaccines developed in China are in use around the world. Those developed in India, Kazakhstan and Cuba are being used domestically. Here’s a closer look at the inactivated and conjugate vaccines developed in middle-income countries and not available in Canada.
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