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PETALING JAYA: With more vaccine doses expected to arrive by May, the country kicked off the second phase of the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme that started with the vaccination of 9,916 senior citizens, the disabled and those with comorbidities.
PETALING JAYA: Teachers will be given the same priority as other eligible vaccine recipients in phase two of the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme, says Khairy Jamaluddin.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia will continue its review of coronavirus vaccines after a 48-year-old woman's death was likely linked to the inoculation, Health Minister Greg Hunt said on Saturday.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Tokyo's Olympics chief said on Friday that Japan was committed to holding a safe Games this summer, as a surge in COVID-19 cases prompted an expansion of contagion controls and with fresh calls for the Games to again be postponed or cancelled.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - After Mexico City's 'Lady Tacos de Canasta,' a street vendor featured in a Netflix series, stood up to police who she said harassed her on the street, she decided to take her fight for worker and LGBT rights to a bigger stage.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Reigning All England champion Lee Zii Jia missed out on receiving the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine at the Desa Tasik Sports Complex Hall in Cheras on Tuesday (April 13) due to illness.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Each afternoon without fail, a handful of men mostly in their 60s gather at an old bicycle shed in southwest Beijing, clad in sweatshirts and track pants and ready to pump iron.
Singapore (Reuters) - India, South Korea and Thailand faced mounting coronavirus infections on Thursday, undermining cautious hopes that Asia might be emerging from the worst of the pandemic as worries about safety threatened to delay vaccination drives.
PETALING JAYA: The government will collaborate with corporate and non-governmental organisations to encourage more Malaysians to register for the Covid-19 vaccine.
(Reuters) -Arkansas lawmakers passed a measure on Monday that could make the state the first in the country to prevent doctors from providing certain types of care to transgender youth, part of a wave of U.S legislation that would restrict transgender rights.