Chinese Vaccine Sinovac Reduces Mortality by 97%

The Chinese coronavirus Sinovac vaccination in Uruguay found a 97 per cent drop in mortality.

The Uruguayan Ministry of Health reported a 57% decrease in odds of coronavirus infection and a 95% reduction in critical care in people receiving two doses of coronavirus.

In comparison with other vaccinations, there have been fewer scientific papers on the efficacy and reporting of the Sinovac vaccine. In China and two dozen other countries, however, Sinovac is used extensively.

Chile claimed that Sinovac was 67 percent efficient in avoiding symptomatic infections and 80 percent efficient in preventing mortality, according to the early findings of its vaccination campaign.

Similarly, Brazilian research showed that the vaccination is 50% effective in preventing symptomatic infections, with Turkey data showing more than 80% effective vaccine.
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