It is approved by the WHO.Im wondering how useful the china vaccine is. It may well give the protection you need but will it be seen as an acceptable vaccine in other countries. I say this after reading about Canada thinking of relaxing the rules for fully vaccinated Canadians.
COVID-19 travel rules could be relaxed for ‘fully vaccinated’ Canadians: Trudeau - National | Globalnews.caPrime Minister Justin Trudeau said the federal government will announce how it plans to begin easing COVID-19 restrictions in the coming weeks and months.globalnews.ca
It appears to me that if it is not one of the approved vaccines for Canada then what is one to do, get fully vaccinated once you return home?
The process is the same regardless of whether you use a Cedula or a Passport as ID. You fill out a form for your 1st shot. Get the shot and get a vaccination card detailing your vaccination and indicating when to get your 2nd shot. I have no idea how much of the information you put down on the form gets into a database eventually if any at all.
The article I refer to does not mention wether or not the vaccine is WHO approved or not, only the vaccines not approved by Canada and the US which includes the china vaccine as not approved. They do mention the Russian vaccine which is also not approved by US and Canada. So my question stands, do people who have the china jab completed in the DR get a free pass to enter Canada?It is approved by the WHO.
It is approved by the WHO.