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Hun Sen touts ‘blossoming’ strategy as Phnom Penh joins world’s cities with highest Covid vaccination rate
Cambodia's capital, Phnom Penh, could achieve the highest rate of Covid-19 vaccinations compared to other cities around the world because the government has a clear strategy in vaccine management and distribution.
Laos: Health ministry going ahead with plans to vaccinate final year student; 219 local cases are recorded on Friday (Sept 17)
The Laos Ministry of Health has officially approved vaccinations for people aged 17 years and above under certain conditions
KUANTAN: Teenagers in Pahang will begin to receive their Covid-19 vaccines beginning next Monday (Sept 20).
As of Friday, more than 50,000 Cambodian migrant workers in Thailand have been vaccinated against Covid-19, according to Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Coronavirus: New single-jab guidance for Hong Kong youths will open door for more face-to-face school classes, adviser says
Professor Lau Yu-lung says government can begin recognising pupils as fully vaccinated after just one jab, making 70 per cent inoculation target easier to hitCity says no new Covid-19 cases for the first time in two weeks
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Despite the haj pilgrimage being postponed twice due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Lembaga Tabung Haji still continues its preparations, taking into account the current pandemic situation and developments in Saudi Arabia.
Update vaccination status of Covid-19 Phase Three clinical trial volunteers in MySejahtera, says Perak MCA
IPOH: The vaccination status of volunteers who are part of the Covid-19 Phase Three clinical trial should be updated in the MySejahtera application to avoid any problems in the future, says the Perak MCA public service and complaints bureau.
PENANG-based property developer and service provider Aspen Group has launched its Vax to Win Campaign to encourage Malaysians to get their Covid-19 vaccinations.
WELLINGTON: New Zealand’s economy grew at a much faster pace than expected in the second quarter, officials said yesterday, reinforcing views that the central bank will start raising interest rates despite a recent outbreak of the coronavirus.