Boosters Miss Growth Expectations Despite China COVID Surge
While two Chinese companies gained domestic approvals for their recombinant protein and adenovirus-based COVID-19 shots as heterologous boosters in February, these currently only account for roughly 21% of all booster shots, showing the continued predominance of inactivated virus-based technology in the country.
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