War against coronavirus: Asean and India's search for a Covid-19 vaccine

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  • Saturday, 06 Jun 2020

In laboratories around the region, Asia's best minds have come together in a race to find a vaccine to halt the spread of Covid-19. The common goal has birthed partnerships among some of the world's largest pharmaceutical players, as well as cooperation between nations. The Straits Times correspondents find out how three Asean countries (Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia) and India are faring in this crucial effort to end the pandemic.

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