Chinese amah has facial paralysis from vaccination? China’s vaccine again draws questions

As the vaccination rate in mainland China is not as high as expected, officials have recently offered rewards such as eggs, flour and bonuses for vaccination, and even rumors of free travel packages for vaccination. However, compared to Hong Kong, where more than 10 people died and some people experienced side effects such as facial paralysis after the recent mass administration of the Kexing vaccine, China has not reported a single serious side effect, and the public has expressed doubts.

A Chinese woman recently posted a video on Jitterbug, complaining that she was fine when she took the first shot, but she didn’t expect to have facial paralysis with the second shot. In response, netizens have left comments, “This must be petitioned”, “return the eggs”.