Chinese vaccines have comparatively less efficacy as the number of COVID-19 cases is on the rise in counties dependent solely on these vaccines.
Around 90 countries are using Chinese vaccines, and some have inoculated more than 50 percent of their population. Mongolia, Seychelles, Chile, and Bahrain have been using Chinese-made shots, but recent examples suggest that the Chinese vaccines are not effective in controlling the spread of the virus. New outbreaks have been reported in those countries, which have raised the question of vaccine's usefulness as new virus variants have emerged. According to scientists, it should not have happened as most of the population has been inoculated in those countries. They say that the low efficacy of Chinese shots may have caused recent outbreaks.