Call to address vital vaccine recognition issue

JOHOR BARU: It is vital for both Malaysia and Singapore to agree on the types of Covid-19 vaccines that each country recognises to ensure workers from both sides have no problems when the land border is reopened.

Johor Indian Business Association (JIBA) president P. Sivakumar said Malaysia was vaccinating residents with Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Sinovac while Singapore’s inoculation were Pfizer, Moderna and Sinovac.

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