Singapore receives China's Sinovac vaccine ahead of approval


The Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine has yet to be authorised by the Health Sciences Authority for use in Singapore. - Reuters

SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore received its first shipment of China’s Sinovac vaccine on Tuesday (Feb 23) but has yet to authorise it for use, said the Health Ministry (MOH) on Wednesday (Feb 24).

It added that the vaccine maker has started submitting initial data to the Health Sciences Authority (HSA).

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