Chinese COVID-19 Vaccines Under Spotlight After Woman Censored for Posting About Death Following Sinopharm Shot

A student (L) reacts as she receives the Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine at a high school in Shenyang in China's northeastern Liaoning Province on July 28, 2021. (STR/AFP via Getty Images)
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The censoring of a woman who posted about the death of her mother after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine has recently caused a stir in China, prompting further scrutiny on the effectiveness of Chinese-made vaccines. On Aug. 24, a woman with the handle TomoJiangJiang posted on Weibo, a Twitter-like platform, that after her mother took her first Sinopharm COVID-19 shot on Mar. 26, she developed a drug-induced rash and skin hemorrhages on Mar. 31, and eventually die
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