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Nov 17, 2022 07:33 PM
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In Depth: What’s Next for China’s Covid Vaccine Strategy?

In September, China approved two Covid-19 vaccines for emergency use as heterologous boosters — vaccines that are different from the ones people use to complete their primary series of inoculations. Photo: VCG
In September, China approved two Covid-19 vaccines for emergency use as heterologous boosters — vaccines that are different from the ones people use to complete their primary series of inoculations. Photo: VCG

China’s announcement to “optimize” its Covid strategy on Nov. 11 gave markets reasons to cheer and even led economics professor Liang Jianzhang to predict in a Caixin opinion piece that authorities would consider a full return to its pre-pandemic state.

The latest Covid response put forward 20 new guidelines including ending the “circuit breaker” mechanism for inbound flights and shortening the quarantine period for overseas travelers.

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