Malaysia working on two vaccines for Covid-19


PETALING JAYA: Made-in-Malaysia Covid-19 vaccines could be a reality in the future as the Institute for Medical Research (IMR) is currently developing two types of vaccines, says the Health Ministry.

Its minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba said that the two vaccines being developed by IMR researchers are the ribonucleic acid vaccine or messenger RNA vaccine (mRNA), and inactivated vaccine types.

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