Fourth dose isn’t so soon

Boosting immunity: A health worker administers a booster shot at KL Gateway PPV. — ONG SOON HIN/The Star

PETALING JAYA: Foreign news reports have emerged about the possible need for a fourth Covid-19 vaccine jab but doctors here are non-committal, saying that such talk is “premature”.

“It is premature for Malaysia to focus on the necessity of a fourth dose,” said Malaysian Medical Association president Dr Koh Kar Chai.

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