Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles it hasn't been fully tested. It hasn't been approved yet, but they came running to get a place in the queue for the vaccine thing is a first of this community hospital. Anyone could turn up, pay the fee on, get the jab here on DNA. Now tha it's worth it. This businessman told us he wants to travel again. His firm in West Africa is losing money every day now. It wasn't that long ago that people were queuing for co vid 19 tests, but now it's the vaccine on. This isn't part of a clinical trial. What's happening here in China is it's being rolled out to the public. You turn up, pay your money, you get your number and then over there you get in the queue and in the next few hours that clinic is going to open on. People are going to get the vaccine. The queues stretched a couple of 100 people long. It was first come first served on. This isn't just China rolling out of vaccine? This is the Communist Party with this medical first, but how do we know it's safe for safety? I think it's very fine because I heard the, uh, the government always say some publishing some news that the vaccine is very safe and you can save you from the 19. Everyone had to sign a form acknowledging the risks of taking this unapproved vaccine. It's made by Sino Vaca state owned firm. This woman smiled nervously when I asked if she trusted the doctors inside. She was shown the box. Then it was her right arm, which got the jab afterwards. Aside, many outside of this country will find almost unbelievable a pile of used vaccine packs in the rubbish bin. She was relieved, putting it mildly after she emerged UK waas in the queue in one way, when this vaccine gets the formal go ahead, though, China has pledged to help developing nations first on likely the ones most favored by this country.