China’s new crown vaccine was approved to go on the market in the United Arab Emirates in December last year, and the vaccination work began.
Recently, a Chinese netizen published a video of himself vaccinating himself in Dubai, UAE. A CCTV reporter recently interviewed the Chinese netizen “Captain Han.”;.
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Chinese netizen Han Xiao: do you know what I’m doing here today? I’m going to get the vaccine today.
The protagonist in the video is from Chengdu, Sichuan Province. His online name is “Captain Han”. He once sailed around the world in 2020, crossing the Gulf of Aden in Yemen while passing through the Middle East. Later, due to novel coronavirus pneumonia, &ldquo, Captain &rdquo of Korea chose to stay in Dubai, UAE. After applying for the local residence permit, I heard that the United Arab Emirates had started the national free vaccination program, and captain Han decided to get the vaccine at the first time.
Chinese netizen Han Xiao: before I went, I thought I would give you a choice, American or Chinese, because we know that there are vaccines in the United Arab Emirates. When I got to the scene, I wanted to record the process. If I were allowed to choose, I would say that I chose China. But in fact, there is no choice at all, because I think people generally accept China’s vaccine.
As the first batch of vaccines registered and marketed in the United Arab Emirates, China’s new crown vaccine is currently available to 152 medical centers in the United Arab Emirates, playing an important role in the national vaccination program of the United Arab Emirates. The UAE plans to vaccinate 50% of its residents by the end of March. As the only Chinese who was at the vaccination site on that day, in the communication with other people on the site, Captain Han said that he was very proud.
Chinese netizen Han Xiao: as soon as I went in, I knew that the vaccine used here was Chinese. I was very excited at that time, so I quickly asked my friends around to verify how they felt about the vaccine. This is an answer I wanted to ask and get at that time.
Chinese netizen Han Xiao: you know the vaccine is from China, right?
Local people: I know.
Chinese netizen Han Xiao: can you rest assured?
Local people: rest assured.
Chinese netizen Han Xiao: in fact, they gave me a lot of surprises. I didn’t expect that their reaction was so enthusiastic. They were even more elated and urgent than me. I feel everyone’s confidence in China’s vaccine very clearly.