Covid-19: First batch of CoronaVac vaccine arrives at KLIA

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  • Saturday, 27 Feb 2021

Ouyang (third from left) handing over a batch of CoronaVac vaccine to Ismail. (From left:) Looking on are Dr Wee, Khairy, Hishammuddin and Pharmaniaga group managing director Datuk Zulkarnain Md Eusope.

PETALING JAYA: The first batch of the CoronaVac vaccine has arrived in the country, with the vaccine expected to be processed into more than 300,000 doses.

Developed by Sinovac Life Sciences Co Ltd, the vaccines came from the plant in Beijing, China and arrived in bulk totalling 200 litres.

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