Reports are alleging that China’s vaccination distribution regime has been infiltrated with fraudulent vaccines made of saline solution. This may have even affected orders sent to other countries.
The Western Journal explains:
A criminal ring suspected of peddling fake and potentially dangerous coronavirus vaccines has been busted in China, authorities say.
For anyone in China or in other nations that have received the drug Sinopharm, the discoveries should cause serious worry.
According to an ABC News review of Chinese state media, police suspect many faux vaccines already have been sold in China and elsewhere.
Authorities said they are still working to find out where the fake doses were sent. It’s likely criminals took advantage of areas where the Chinese vaccine now is being administered.
READ: Police Make Horrific Discovery; Anyone Who Trusted the Chinese COVID Vaccine Should Be Worried
It is not that Communist China hasn’t already had problems with its real COVID vaccine, when testing in Brazil revealed it was 50% effective compared to North American and European vaccines that are running over 90% effective. But according to a Communist China news agency 50% is good enough. READ: China Declares Its 50-Percent Effective Coronavirus Vaccine Candidate ‘Good Enough’
Of course, the Chinese people have had previous experiences with watered-down and fraudulent vaccines manufactured in the Communist regime and are wary of taking vaccines produced in their country, including flu shots.
The Communist Party of China is struggling to convince citizens to receive influenza vaccinations to protect them in the upcoming flu season after years of corruption scandals involving faulty, watered-down, or otherwise useless vaccines, the South China Morning Post noted on Monday.
READ: China Struggling to Convince Citizens to Take Chinese-Made Flu Shots AND: Coronavirus: vaccine scandals haunt China’s winter flu shot drive