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Pingshan inaugurates vaccine innovation center
    2021-12-07  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

THE Greater Bay Area International Vaccine Innovation Center, the first of its kind in China, was inaugurated in Pingshan Biology Innovation Industrial Park recently.

The center, built by Sanofi Pasteur, the world’s largest company devoted entirely to vaccines, is more like a vaccine museum with 14 vaccine display sections open to the public. It is also a science popularization base that offers the public an immersive experience to learn knowledge about vaccines.

In addition, the center displays a 5G smart vaccination clinic and unmanned vaccination system which covers the whole vaccination process scenarios from research, transportation, tracking to on-cloud registration, pre-checks, vaccination and remote treatment.

The innovation center, according to Zhang Heping, general manager of Sanofi Pasteur China, will be a platform for commercial incubation and innovation technology incubation, and support innovative technologies and achievement displays, enterprises’ roadshows, investor matchmaking and talent training. The center will enhance cooperation in industries, research and education and seek the best vaccine innovation solutions.

In another development, the Second Greater Bay Area (Shenzhen) Vaccine Summit opened onsite and through video link with Beijing to mark the center’s inauguration with the participation of more than 1,000 people working in disease prevention and control, international organizations, enterprises and academia to discuss further improving disease prevention and control.

A research report on vaccine innovation development in the Greater Bay Area was also released at the forum. The report, compiled by a team headed by Guangdong Public Health Research Institute, explored ways for integrated vaccine development in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao through complementation and resource integration.

The report suggested Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao should establish vaccine monitoring and information sharing system, converge vaccination services and policies to provide these regions with more convenient and available vaccine services and break barriers in their own systems that hinder people’s exchanges to study, work and live in the area.  (Han Ximin)

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