Taiwan’s president receives domestically developed vaccine

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TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen has received her archetypal dose of the island’s domestically developed coronavirus vaccine connected Monday, launching its rollout to the public. The vaccine, made by Medigen Vaccine Biologics Corp., was fixed exigency support by regulators utilizing a shortcut that prompted fierce absorption from parts of Taiwan’s aesculapian and technological community. Taiwanese regulators bypassed the large-scale, longer word studies that are typically utilized to o.k. vaccines. Instead, they compared the level of antibodies that Medigen’s vaccine was capable to make with that of AstraZeneca’s vaccine, which has been approved by galore governments and has undergone the afloat 3 stages of objective trials. 

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