Official figures released Thursday reveal that China has fully vaccinated more than one billion individuals, or 71 percent of its population, against the coronavirus.Although the virus had been primarily contained within the country's borders, the country is now scrambling to vaccinate the great majority of its population as a fresh outbreak spreads to the southeast.At a press conference.
National Health Commission spokeswoman Mi Feng stated, "As of September 15, 2.16 billion vaccine doses have been administered nationwide."The government has not set a target for vaccination coverage, but chief virologist Zhong Nanshan stated last month that by the end of the year, the country's population will have been vaccinated to the extent of 80 percent.Late last month,
Chinese health officials announced that 890 million individuals had been fully vaccinated, with two billion doses administered.In China's southeastern province of Fujian, an outbreak of the Delta variant has infected over 200 people in three cities, the majority of whom are kids.The Fujian cluster is the biggest in weeks, and it comes after China declared the Delta type under control, putting China's "zero-case" approach to the pandemic to the test.On Thursday, China reported 80 new cases, 49 of which were domestic transmissions.
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