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The top immunologist at China's CDC Wang Huaqing suggested vaccinating children under 12 years old after over 70% of the country's 1.4 billion population were fully vaccinated, said the Global Times. The country had vaccinated more than 1 billion people aged 12 and above, the newspaper said. So far China has approved three inactivated vaccines for emergency use on those three years or older. However, based on a gradual vaccination strategy, shots have only been given to people aged 12 and above. Fully vaccinated people include over 200 million aged 60 and above and another 95 million aged 12-17, the newspaper said.