China’s “Hanggui” vaccine has spread across the world.
It is the first of a series of vaccines China has launched, which have all been hailed as a breakthrough, as a means of preventing a global pandemic.
But as of Friday, the number of new cases reported in China, the world’s most populous nation, was already more than 30 times higher than in the United States, and more than 3,500 times higher in Europe.
This is a problem for China, and for many other countries, which are grappling with the spread of the coronavirus.
A report released Friday by the World Health Organization (WHO) says the vaccine “has the potential to be a critical weapon in a war against the coronovirus.”
But it is a risky game, according to Dr. David Alpert, a senior epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health.
“The biggest danger is that the virus will be re-expanded by new infections and that there will be a huge amount of new infections that could lead to an outbreak of the virus,” he said.
While there are some clear indications that this pandemic is being boosted by the vaccine, Dr. Alpert said there is still a lot of work to be done.
In fact, he said, the WHO is still awaiting confirmation of whether the vaccine actually prevents the spread, or if the vaccine is just boosting the spread.
The WHO is also concerned about the number and severity of the new cases in China.
One of the big questions is whether the new vaccine will help or hurt the global effort to contain the coronvirus.
It is not clear whether the virus is going to become more prevalent or spread more widely.
Chinese authorities are taking a cautious approach to the pandemic, but many worry that the country’s vaccines may be contributing to the new infections.
At a meeting on Friday, China’s deputy health minister, Wang Lixin, said the country needs to carefully monitor all aspects of the vaccine and make sure there is no harmful side effects.
Experts say the virus might also be getting stronger in China as a result of the vaccines.
China has been one of the world´s leading proponents of the vaccination program.
In addition to using a vaccine produced in the U.S., the country has spent millions of dollars on its own development of vaccines and other supplies.
Dr. Alert said China should do everything it can to make sure the vaccine does not cause a surge in cases.
He said the vaccine was not going to stop the coronivirus, but would only “provide a temporary relief.”
“That is what I fear.
I am worried that there are going to be more cases and that the coronvirological tests will be less reliable and less accurate than in other countries,” he told CNN.
Since the beginning of the pandemics, China has faced pressure from some of the worst-hit countries.
China has been struggling with a sharp increase in coronaviruses in its people, especially in rural areas, as well as a severe outbreak of dengue in the country.
Although China is not known for being a big source of diphtheria cases, its use of the highly contagious dengoe virus has caused concern that other countries are catching the virus.
On Friday, more than 1,400 people in China died from dengues, according the Ministry of Health.
The virus is transmitted through the bite of an infected animal or person.
It causes severe illness and sometimes death.
The WHO says dengemen have also become more aggressive and are becoming more virulent.
(Reporting by David Ingram; Editing by Sandra Maler and Peter Cooney)