INTERACTIVE: Here’s what vaccinating Malaysian children against Covid-19 could involve

Alissa Khadijah, 9, fitting a fabric facemask on her father Saidi Yahya, 47, at their home in Puchong. Looking is Muhammad Nazrin, 11 (June 8,2021) — AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia is expected to announce its decision soon on whether children should be included in the country’s Covid-19 immunisation programme.

The current plan currently only covers those aged 18 and above, but a growing number of other countries have already started to vaccinate children.

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