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Vaccinating for a Safer 2021: The Future of Vaccine Industry in China
January 29, 2021 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The world is counting on vaccines to end the misery of Covid-19. With China’s urban population density, rising production and logistics abilities, as well as government’s centralized management, it is extremely important to understand the challenges and opportunities which lie ahead of the vaccine industry in China.
China has started to roll out a mass coronavirus vaccine plan. However, the plethora of information obstructs people from knowing the vaccine industry on a comprehensive level.
How safe and effective are the vaccines? How are the vaccines being tested? Where are the vaccines produced? How are the vaccines delivered? What will the vaccination roll-out look like in China compared to other foreign countries? What still needs to be done in the vaccine industry? What are the significant impacts caused by Covid-19 to the industry?
The European Chamber invites 3 distinguished speakers who will touch upon critical issues related to COVID-19 vaccines from the perspectives of vaccine’s production, logistics and hospital access respectively.
15:00-15:05 Opening Remark by Mr Fabian Blake, Board Member, European Chamber South China Chapter
15:05-15:35 Presentation by Dr. Hank Liu, Site Quality Head, Sanofi Pasteur Shenzhen
15:35-15:50 Presentation by Ms. Jenny Peng, Senior Sales & Marketing Manager, International Cargo Center Shenzhen
15:50-16:20 Presentation by Dr. Jason Wood, Chair of Emergency Medicine, Guangzhou United Family Hospital
16:20-17:00 Q&A and Discussions moderated by Mr Fabian Blake, Board Member, European Chamber South China Chapter
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