‘Malaysia unaffected by vaccine supply issues’


Reports by MARTIN CARVALHO, HEMANANTHANI SIVANANDAM, RAHIMY RAHIM and TARRENCE TAN

ISSUES related to Covid-19 vaccine supply faced by pharmaceutical firm Pfizer as claimed by world media will not affect Malaysia, which is set to receive its supply during the first quarter of next year, says Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Khairy Jamaluddin (pic).

He also said the logistical costs for the vaccine would be borne by Pfizer.

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