Singapore to release Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine stock to private clinics

SINGAPORE, June 5 (Xinhua): Singapore's Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Friday night (June 4) that it will release Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine from its current stock of 200,000 doses to around 20 private clinics, and let them be licensed providers for the Chinese vaccine under the Special Access Route (SAR).

These private clinics should be able to demonstrate the ability to administer the vaccines safely, properly and efficiently.

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