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A leaked health ministry document has prompted calls in Thailand for medical staff inoculated against COVID-19 to be given a booster of an mRNA vaccine, after it included a comment that such a move could dent public confidence in Sinovac Biotech's (SVA.O) vaccine.A leaked health ministry document has prompted calls in Thailand for medical staff inoculated against COVID-19 to be given a booster of an mRNA vaccine, after it included a comment that such a move could dent public confidence in Sinovac Biotech's (SVA.O) vaccine.

Leaked memo raises Thai concern about Sinovac vaccine's efficacy | Reuters

THAILAND: The medical society is calling on the government to give mRNA vaccines as a booster shot to frontline medical workers, after a leaked official document appeared to oppose third shots for hea

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Problems with the vaccine rollout in Thailand are symptomatic of the wider mismanagement and allegations of vested interests that beset the country as a whole.Problems with the vaccine rollout in Thailand are symptomatic of the wider mismanagement and allegations of vested interests that beset the country as a whole.

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The cabinet has approved the signing of a supply agreement for 20 million doses of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine and the purchase of another 10.9 million doses of the Sinovac Biotech vaccine.The cabinet has approved the signing of a supply agreement for 20 million doses of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine and the purchase of another 10.9 million doses of the Sinovac Biotech vaccine.

Pfizer deal, 10.1m more Sinovac shots approved

Apart from concerns over the newness of mRNA technology, other factors include fear of the side effects, a belief that vaccines are not necessary.Apart from concerns over the newness of mRNA technology, other factors include fear of the side effects, a belief that vaccines are not necessary.

The Big Read: As COVID-19 becomes endemic, it’s a race against time to get more seniors vaccinated - CNA

In a statement, NTF chief implementer and vaccine czar Carlito Galvez Jr. said implementing units were told to focus on completely inoculating those who have received the first dose of the Sinovac vaccine until supplies become stable.In a statement, NTF chief implementer and vaccine czar Carlito Galvez Jr. said implementing units were told to focus on completely inoculating those who have received the first dose of the Sinovac vaccine until supplies become stable.

LGUs told to prioritize second dose amid COVID-19 vaccine delivery delay | Philstar.com

Deaths among fully vaccinated health workers have raised fears the Chinese-made vaccine is no longer effective as the virus mutates.Deaths among fully vaccinated health workers have raised fears the Chinese-made vaccine is no longer effective as the virus mutates.

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Sunday’s leaked documents suggesting that Pfizer vaccines had always been part of the government’s program turned out to be authentic, the health minister said today, but he thinks that Thais shouldn’t read too much into it  The leaked...Sunday’s leaked documents suggesting that Pfizer vaccines had always been part of the government’s program turned out to be authentic, the health minister said today, but he thinks that Thais shouldn’t read too much into it  The leaked...

Saw that leaked file on Pfizer vaccines? Health Minister wants you to ‘forget about it’ | Coconuts Bangkok

Prime Minister and former Army chief Prayuth Chan-o-cha was reported to be self-isolating after a chamber of commerce chairman he met in Phuket last week tested...Prime Minister and former Army chief Prayuth Chan-o-cha was reported to be self-isolating after a chamber of commerce chairman he met in Phuket last week tested...

'Forget About It': Thai Health Minister Dismisses Leaked Pfizer COVID-19 Jab Fears as 'Opinion' - Sputnik International

The CoronaVac vaccine was recently approved for use in South Africa, with conditions.The CoronaVac vaccine was recently approved for use in South Africa, with conditions.

CoronaVac safe for children and teenagers, a new study indicates | Health24

Some senior doctors are worried that the arrival of the mRNA Pfizer vaccine in Thailand will make recipients of the Sinovac vaccine believe they have been given an inferior product, Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul said on Monday.Some senior doctors are worried that the arrival of the mRNA Pfizer vaccine in Thailand will make recipients of the Sinovac vaccine believe they have been given an inferior product, Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul said on Monday.

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As of June 29, two non-serious adverse events relating to the Sinovac vaccine had been reported.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Politics News -As of June 29, two non-serious adverse events relating to the Sinovac vaccine had been reported.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Over 17,000 in S'pore received Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine; 2 non-serious adverse events reported, Politics News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

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The party leadership and its members flocked to Sahpra offices in Pretoria last month.The party leadership and its members flocked to Sahpra offices in Pretoria last month.

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SINGAPORE — Two adverse events related to the Sinovac vaccine had been reported in the first 12 days the China-made vaccine was allowed to be administered at clinics here.SINGAPORE — Two adverse events related to the Sinovac vaccine had been reported in the first 12 days the China-made vaccine was allowed to be administered at clinics here.

Over 17,000 people in S'pore given first dose of Sinovac vaccine, including 2 who developed rashes

SINGAPORE, July 6 — Two adverse events related to the Sinovac vaccine had been reported in the first 12 days the China-made vaccine was allowed to be administered at clinics here. Health Minister Ong Ye Kung revealed this in a written response to a parliamentary question yesterday (July 5), as he...SINGAPORE, July 6 — Two adverse events related to the Sinovac vaccine had been reported in the first 12 days the China-made vaccine was allowed to be administered at clinics here. Health Minister Ong Ye Kung revealed this in a written response to a parliamentary question yesterday (July 5), as he...

Over 17,000 people in Singapore given first dose of Sinovac vaccine, including two who developed rashes | Singapore | Malay Mail

CoronaVac has been approved for use in SA. Here are answers to five of your burning questions about the vaccine.CoronaVac has been approved for use in SA. Here are answers to five of your burning questions about the vaccine.

Is it safe & how many doses do I need? - 5 questions about the Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine answered

South Africa is set to start rolling out Sinovac's CoronaVac vaccine after it received conditional approval from the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA).

'Sinovac's COVID-19 vaccine still has to comply with certain conditions' - SAPHRA - SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader.

South Africa has approved China's Sinovac vaccine against Covid-19, the acting Health minister said yesterday, as the country faces a crippling third wave of in...South Africa has approved China's Sinovac vaccine against Covid-19, the acting Health minister said yesterday, as the country faces a crippling third wave of in...

Malema power: SA approves Sinovac for Covid-19 - Bulawayo24 News

The South African Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA) on Saturday announced that it had authorized the use of the CoronaVac COVID-19 vaccine developed by Chinese pharmaceutical company Sinovac Biotech.

S. Africa approves use of China's Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine - Global Times

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South Africa's Chinese Embassy vowed to ensure that the Chinese-made vaccines are delivered to South Africa as quickly as possible.South Africa's Chinese Embassy vowed to ensure that the Chinese-made vaccines are delivered to South Africa as quickly as possible.

SA's Chinese embassy welcomes Sinovac approval | The Citizen

Acting Health Minister, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane says the approval of the Sinovac vaccine is a much needed relief for SA's vaccine rollout.Acting Health Minister, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane says the approval of the Sinovac vaccine is a much needed relief for SA's vaccine rollout.

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The Health Department says the approval of the CoronaVac jab is a turning point and brings relief to the country's vaccination rollout.The Health Department says the approval of the CoronaVac jab is a turning point and brings relief to the country's vaccination rollout.

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South Africa approved the use of Sinovac Biotech Ltd.’s coronavirus vaccine, the first shot developed by a Chinese company to treat COVID-19.South Africa approved the use of Sinovac Biotech Ltd.’s coronavirus vaccine, the first shot developed by a Chinese company to treat COVID-19.

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A leaked document has raised concerns regarding the efficacy of the Chinese Covid vaccine Sinovac in Thailand.A leaked document has raised concerns regarding the efficacy of the Chinese Covid vaccine Sinovac in Thailand.

Leaked memo about Sinovac vaccine's efficacy raises concern in Thailand - Coronavirus Outbreak News

A leaked health ministry document has prompted calls in Thailand for medical staff inoculated against COVID-19 to be given a booster of an mRNA vaccine, after it included a comment that such a move could dent public confidence in Sinovac Biotech's vaccine. The internal memo, which included various opinions, was reported by local media and shared widely on social media. It wasA leaked health ministry document has prompted calls in Thailand for medical staff inoculated against COVID-19 to be given a booster of an mRNA vaccine, after it included a comment that such a move

Leaked memo raises Thai concern about Sinovac vaccine's efficacy | The Daily Star

Thailand has administered Sinovac to most health workers; study showed two doses were 95pc effective in reducing severe symptoms.Thailand has administered Sinovac to most health workers; study showed two doses were 95pc effective in reducing severe symptoms.

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BANGKOK - A leaked health ministry document has prompted calls in Thailand for medical staff inoculated against COVID-19 to be given a booster of an mRNA vaccine, after it included a comment that such a move could dent public confidence in Sinovac Biotech's vaccine. BANGKOK - A leaked health ministry document has prompted calls in Thailand for medical staff inoculated against COVID-19 to be given a booster of an mRNA vaccine, after it included a comment that such a move could dent public confidence in Sinovac Biotech's vaccine.

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Rest of World News: A leaked health ministry document has prompted calls in Thailand for medical staff inoculated against Covid-19 to be given a booster of an mRNA vaccinRest of World News: A leaked health ministry document has prompted calls in Thailand for medical staff inoculated against Covid-19 to be given a booster of an mRNA vaccin

Covid-19: Leaked memo raises Thai concern about Sinovac vaccine's efficacy - Times of India

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The internal memo, which included various opinions, was reported by local media and shared widely on social mediaThe internal memo, which included various opinions, was reported by local media and shared widely on social media

Leaked memo in Thailand raises concern Chinese covid vaccine efficacy

A leaked health ministry document has prompted calls in Thailand for medical staff inoculated against COVID-19 to be given a booster of an mRNA vaccine, after it included a comment that such a move could dent public confidence in Sinovac Biotech's vaccine. The internal memo, which included various opinions, was reported by local media and shared widely on social media. It was confirmed by Thai Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul as being authentic.A leaked health ministry document has prompted calls in Thailand for medical staff inoculated against COVID-19 to be given a booster of an mRNA vaccine, after it included a comment that such a move could dent public confidence in Sinovac Biotech's vaccine. The internal memo, which included various opinions, was reported by local media and shared widely on social media. It was confirmed by Thai Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul as being authentic.

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The internal memo, which included various opinions, was reported by local media and shared widely on social media. It was confirmed by Thai Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul as being authenticThe internal memo, which included various opinions, was reported by local media and shared widely on social media. It was confirmed by Thai Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul as being authentic

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