Fact-checked by: Taiwan FactCheck Center

2021/06/28 | Taiwan

FALSE: Japan-made AstraZeneca hasn’t been approved by WHO for Emergency Use Listing (EUL), no wonder so many people died after getting jabs of Japanese AstraZeneca. Thailand-made AstraZeneca hasn’t got approved by WHO and EU either.

Explanation: Being evaluated by WHO for EUL is not a required condition for nations to authorize covid vaccines for emergency use.

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