The President of Pakistan tested positive for COVID-19 on March 29, 14 days after receiving the first injection of the Chinese vaccine. On March 20, the Pakistani Prime Minister tested positive for COVID-19 two days after receiving the vaccination.
Pakistani President Arif Alvi announced on Twitter that he tested positive for COVID-19. Both he and his wife were vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine made by Sinopharm on March 15.
وازامر ضتفھوای ش
I tested positive for Covid-19. May Allah have mercy on all Covid’s influencers. There was an initial dose of the vaccine, but the antibody begins to develop after the second dose scheduled within a week. Please continue to be careful.
— Dr. Arif Alvi (@ArifAlvi) March 29, 2021
On March 20, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan tested positive for COVID-19 after being vaccinated on March 18. Kahn’s wife also tested positive for the virus. According to Pakistani English media, Kahn announced on March 30 that it had fully recovered.
At the same time, Pakistan’s Defense Minister Perves Hattak announced on Twitter that he was positive for COVID-19.
Foreign Minister Abdul Hafiz Sheikh tested positive for COVID-19, according to a March 30 Twitter post by Industry and Production Minister Hamad Azhar.
Pakistan approved the emergency use of the Chinese vaccine Sinopharm on February 5, and received 500,000 doses in mid-March, increasing the total inventory of vaccines that currently require two doses to 1 million. ..
The country also approves the emergency use of AstraZeneca, Sputnik V, and another Chinese vaccine, the CanSino BIO vaccine.
Cases of COVID-19 infection have been increasing in Pakistan in recent weeks. As of March 30, 663,200 infections and 14,356 coronavirus-related deaths have been reported since the outbreak began.
In an interview with China Central Television (CCTV) on March 20, Takafuku, director of the China Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), said that two doses of COVID-19 vaccine were not enough and a third dose was not enough. I explained why it may be needed to prevent infection.
A Chinese doctor named Liu in Xi’an, the capital of Shaanxi Province, tested positive for the CCP virus, despite being completely vaccinated. The Chinese media reported on March 18 that they had been vaccinated twice with the COVID-19 vaccine. The Chinese vaccine received by the doctor does not provide any additional information about this case.
A virologist who spoke with The Epoch Times believes that the poor quality of Chinese vaccines and the increased threat of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, also known as the new coronavirus, are causing the infection. COVID-19 is a disease caused by the CCP virus.
China reported immunization rates of less than 4%. The Chinese administration is promoting compulsory vaccination by incorporating citizens’ vaccination records into the digital health code of smartphones. The health code acts like a digital pass. Without it, people would be denied access to public services, transportation, public places, establishments, and residential areas. (Https://www.theepochtimes.com/chinese-citizens-concerned-after-beijing-introduces-covid-19-vaccination-in-qr-code_3750176.html)
The Chinese Epoch Times spoke with Chinese citizens who said they believed the administration would mandate vaccinations. They were hesitant to vaccinate with Chinese-made vaccines due to quality concerns and lack of transparency. They also believed that if vaccination information was included in their health code, the data could be used to discriminate against them and their movements would be more restricted.
A phase 3 clinical trial of the Sinovac vaccine in Brazil in January reported 50.4% efficacy. This is well below the original claim of Chinese companies that advertised a 78% effectiveness rate.
As of March 25, 10 people Died In Hong Kong after vaccination made in China 3 weeks after the start of vaccination. It is unknown whether the vaccine contributed to death. No adverse events of the COVID-19 vaccine have been reported in China.