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Over 200,000 retail, distribution workers registered for vaccination under RiVAC, says Domestic Trade Minister
PUTRAJAYA: More than 200,000 workers in the retail and distribution industry have registered to be vaccinated under the retail industry programme (RiVAC), which kicked off on Monday (July 26).
JOHOR BARU: The coming state assembly will focus more on the welfare of the people and the general progress of the vaccination effort conducted by the state government, says Datuk Seri Che Zakaria Mohd Salleh.
YANGON (Reuters): Myanmar's military ruler is looking for greater cooperation with the international community to contain the coronavirus, state media reported on Wednesday (July 28), as the South-East Asian country struggles with a surging wave of infections.
SEREMBAN: The Negri Sembilan government wants more private clinics to participate in the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme (PICK), says state health committee chairman S. Veerapan.
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LONDON (Reuters) -England will allow fully vaccinated visitors from the European Union and United States to arrive without quarantine from next week, the transport minister said on Wednesday, in a huge and long-awaited boost for airlines and travel companies.
(Reuters) -Myanmar's military ruler is looking for greater cooperation with the international community to contain the coronavirus, state media reported on Wednesday, as the Southeast Asian country struggles with a surging wave of infections.
KUALA LUMPUR: Vaccinations must be made compulsory for all segments of society, including foreign workers and undocumented migrants, in order to ensure swift recovery when the economy reopens, said Datuk Seri Bung Moktar Radin (BN-Kinabatangan).
'The Met will be a fully vaccinated house,' the prestigious US arts institution announced
LONDON (Reuters) - There could be a shortage of merchant sailors to crew commercial ships in five years if action is not taken to boost numbers, raising risks for global supply chains, a report said on Wednesday.