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GUANGZHOU, Jan. 31 (Xinhua):China's renowned respiratory-disease expert Zhong Nanshan said Sunday that the mass inoculation of homegrown Covid-19 vaccines underway in China shows the vaccines are safe and effective.
Philippines expects 5.6 million Covid-19 vaccine doses to arrive by end-March; virus total now above 525,000
MANILA, Jan 31 (Reuters): At least 5.6 million Covid-19 doses of two international Covid-19 vaccines are expected to arrive in the Philippines in the first quarter of the year, the chief of the country's coronavirus task force said on Sunday.
BANGKOK, Jan 31 (Reuters): Thailand is targeting the immunisation of 19 million people against the coronavirus in a first phase of inoculations starting on Feb. 14, the prime minister shas announced amid criticism the government has been slow in rolling out vaccines.
While the Covid-19 vaccine comes in two rounds of doses, there is no need for those who received the first shot to be quarantined while waiting for the second jab, says the Health Ministry.
Vaccines have helped save an immeasurable amount of lives throughout history. As a community, we all need to support and promote Covid-19 vaccination if we are to overcome the pandemic.
BANGKOK, Jan 30 (Reuters): Thailand's plan to produce the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine locally is on track to be ready to begin mass inoculations in June, with a capacity to make up to 18 million doses per month, a senior official has announced.
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Jan. 30 (Bernama): Brunei is mulling various vaccines, including those from the US, Europe and China to be used in the country, Haji Mohd Isham, the sultanate's Minister of Health said.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazilian health regulator Anvisa said on Friday that a COVID-19 vaccine developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca Plc had applied for full regulatory approval, in a positive development for the country's beleaguered vaccine rollout.
Roundup: Turkey receives 3.5 mln more China's Sinovac COVID-19 vaccines; Iran's total infections cross 1.4 mln
CAIRO, Jan. 29 (Xinhua) -- Turkey on Friday received the remaining part of the second shipment of the COVID-19 vaccine produced by the Chinese biopharmaceutical company Sinovac. Meanwhile, Iran's total infections rose to 1,405,414.