Thai National Volleyball Team Tests Positive for COVID-19 After Taking Chinese-Made Vaccines

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Recently, 26 members of the Thai national women’s volleyball team tested positive after receiving injections of Chinese-made COVID-19 vaccines, which led to the team withdrawing from the Volleyball Nations League (VNL) 2021. Thailand has purchased a large amount of Chinese COVID-19 vaccines and withdrawn its team from the VNL, which will be held in Italy from May 25 to June 19. The Thai women’s volleyball team currently ranks 15th in the world. All the members and staff of the women’s volleyball team received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine made by Chinese state-owned company Sinovac on April 29. On May 12, 22 players and 4 staffers tested positive for COVID-19 in a pre-match test and were sent to the hospital for observation and treatment. The Fédération Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB) has not barred the team from participating in the world league, and is looking into the cases. “We would like to …

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