Yunnan Ruili China vaccination rate of nearly 97% still can not resist Delta virus

Ruili residents are tested for the virus on July 5, 2021.
The outbreak has resumed in Ruili, Yunnan Province, China, where vaccination rates for the population over 18 years of age are nearly 97%, but it is still difficult to reach the invasion of the Delta variant of the virus. The effectiveness of the Chinese vaccine is once again being questioned.
According to the Ruili City epidemic prevention and control work command, the local blockade has been further expanded, and from 14:00 on July 8, the entire district of Ruili City, Wancheng, has been under full home quarantine.
Ruili main urban area on the 7th has been closed management, all citizens home isolation, located at the border crossing of the Sister Gong Guo Gate community was adjusted to high-risk areas.
July 4 to 7, four days, Ruili native epidemic infection increased to 23 people. As of 24:00 on the 7th, there are 92 confirmed cases in Yunnan Province (23 indigenous and 69 imported from abroad) and 15 asymptomatic infections (imported from abroad). The official figures may be severely reduced due to the CCP’s consistent cover-up of the real situation of the epidemic.
All local schools and training institutions of all types are currently closed. All business establishments are also closed, except for guaranteed supermarkets, farmers’ markets, hospitals and pharmacies. The catering industry can only take out.
The video posted by netizens shows officers in protective clothing and police patrolling the streets in the evening of July 6.
Prior to the outbreak, the Yunnan province of Dehong, where Ruili is located, was already pushing for vaccination. According to a July 6 news report from the Chinese Communist Party’s CCTV website, as of July 4, the full vaccination rate for the vaccineable population (over 18 years old and suitable for vaccination) in Dehong Prefecture reached 96.92%, ranking first in Yunnan Province.
However, it is still difficult to arrive at the invasion of Delta variant virus, and the epidemic continues to heat up. The effectiveness of the Chinese vaccine is once again being questioned by the outside world.
Ruili borders with Muse, Myanmar, and is an important border crossing between China and Myanmar. Since September last year, the small city has seen native outbreaks four times. Some netizens said that the last time there was an epidemic in Ruili, everyone was forced to receive the domestic vaccine, and the vaccination rate was close to 100%, which is a political achievement, and the officials knew that the Chinese vaccine did not work, and that the whole city would be at home in jail for coming to a case.
CNBC cited data from “Our World In Data” on July 7, referring to the 36 countries with more than 1,000 new cases per million people per week as of July 6, and identifying the 36 countries where more than 60 percent of the population received at least one dose of vaccine. Among these 36 countries, countries with more than 60% of their population receiving at least one dose of vaccine were identified.
These countries include the United Arab Emirates, Seychelles, Mongolia, Uruguay and Chile.
The New York Times revealed in late June that the four countries that primarily use the Chinese GMP and Kexin vaccines – Seychelles, Chile, Bahrain and Mongolia – are among the countries with the most severe outbreaks.
“The Indonesian Medical Association also said that at least 10 of the 26 doctors who died from the Chinese Communist virus in June had received the Chinese Koxin vaccine and had already received two doses.
Costa Rican health officials said on June 16 that the effectiveness of the China Coxin vaccine was too low and considered refusing to accept it.
Shao Yiming, a CDC expert, told reporters on June 8 that the Chinese vaccine is designed to “prevent disease” rather than “prevent infection,” and that the possibility of infection still exists after the vaccine is administered.