The first Covid-19 vaccine is patented in China

The People’s Daily, referring to documents from China’s National Intellectual Property Office, said on Sunday that the patent issued on August 11 was the first China granted for the development of the Covid-19 vaccine.

Saudi Arabia has already announced in early August that it will launch Phase 3 clinical trials of the CanSino vaccine.

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The company said it was in talks to launch Phase 3 trials in Russia, Brazil and Chile.

CanSino’s share price on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange rose by 14% on Monday morning, but on the Shanghai Stock Exchange it rose by 6.6% by noon.

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