More than 75% of Taiwanese will refuse Chinese COVID-19 vaccine
Taipei, March 9 (CNA) More than 75 percent of Taiwanese recently surveyed said they would be unwilling to take COVID-19 vaccines developed by Chinese companies, while a further 60 percent said they believe the government should not open Taiwan's doors to Chinese vaccines, according to the results of a survey released on Tuesday.
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