Malaysian Covid-19 vaccine to be fully developed by local experts, Dewan Rakyat told


KUALA LUMPUR: The ongoing development of a Malaysian Covid-19 vaccine at the Institute for Medical Research (IMR) will be fully conducted by local experts and researchers, says Datuk Aaron Ago Dagang.

The Deputy Health Minister told the Dewan Rakyat that the research into Covid-19 vaccines at the IMR covers two types of vaccine technology, namely inactivated virus and mRNA.

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