Taking a jab

“I am vaccinated. If we didn’t have the Russian and Chinese vaccines, we would be in big trouble”


Hungary’s Prime Minister Victor Orban received the Sinopharm jab on Sunday. On the same day the Financial Times spoke to a 69 year-old who also got the jab. “I am happy Hungary approved we can use it,” Marianne Schmidt told the newspaper. “If 30 million Chinese were already vaccinated with it, I don’t think I would have any problem either.”

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