Muhyiddin: Country still on track for herd immunity by end October if next govt continues momentum


PETALING JAYA: Herd immunity by the end of October is still achievable if the mass Covid-19 immunisation programme runs uninterrupted, says caretaker Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

He also urged his successor to ensure that the momentum continues.

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