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SINGAPORE: Four private healthcare institutions have submitted applications to import COVID-19 vaccines under the Special Access Route (SAR) as of ...SINGAPORE: Four private healthcare institutions have submitted applications to import COVID-19 vaccines under the Special Access Route (SAR) as of ...

Amid strong Sinovac demand, 4 more private healthcare institutions apply to import COVID-19 vaccines - CNA

So here we are now. The worries about the efficacy of Sinovac are rising, with some nations that fell for China’s vaccine diplomacy experiencing a surge in Covid-19 infections despite ongoing vaccination.So here we are now. The worries about the efficacy of Sinovac are rising, with some nations that fell for China’s vaccine diplomacy experiencing a surge in Covid-19 infections despite ongoing vaccination.

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MOH had said that vaccines not included in the national programme may lack sufficient documentation of how well they prevent infection.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Health News -MOH had said that vaccines not included in the national programme may lack sufficient documentation of how well they prevent infection.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

No pre-event testing exemption for Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine upsets some in Singapore, Health News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Thailand's multi-layered crises from persistent virus infections and vaccine shortages to economic damage are building up into a potential political upheaval. The ravaging Covid-19 crisis is worse than the infamous Tom Yum Kung economic crisis in 1997-98. This time, the military-predominant government of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is stuck in multiple traps of its own making. Getting out of this predicament means the pandemic situation is likely to get a lot worse before any hope of recovery and way forward can be found.Thailand's multi-layered crises from persistent virus infections and vaccine shortages to economic damage are building up into a potential political upheaval. The ravaging Covid-19 crisis is worse than the infamous Tom Yum Kung economic crisis in 1997-98. This time, the military-predominant government of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is stuck in multiple traps of its own making. Getting out of this predicament means the pandemic situation is likely to get a lot worse before any hope of recovery and way forward can be found.

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Thai FDA discovers gel in 110 Sinovac vials, informs healthcare workers not to use these if found - The Independent Singapore News

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S’poreans endure queues to get Sinovac shots, but still need to be tested before attending events - The Independent Singapore News

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South Africa registered 19,506 new Covid-19 cases, bringing the cumulative total to 1,973,972. A further 383 Covid-19-related deaths were reported, taking total deaths to 60,647. A total of 3,026,636 people have been vaccinated.South Africa registered 19,506 new Covid-19 cases, bringing the cumulative total to 1,973,972. A further 383 Covid-19-related deaths were reported, taking total deaths to 60,647. A total of 3,026,636 people have been vaccinated.

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The South African Health Products Regulatory Authority has reduced the vaccine application process from 20 months to three months.The South African Health Products Regulatory Authority has reduced the vaccine application process from 20 months to three months.

Decision on Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine application expected soon - Sahpra | News24

Singapore News - Software developer John Zhang, 38, took his first shot of Sinovac last week and is waiting for his second dose. Despite the Ministry of Health's (MOH) announcement yesterday that people who have received the Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine will not be exempted from pre-event... Read more at www.tnp.sgSoftware developer John Zhang, 38, took his first shot of Sinovac last week and is waiting for his second dose. Despite the...

Sinovac recipients not exempt from pre-event testing: MOH, Latest Singapore News - The New Paper

DALIAN, China -- Major Chinese drugmakers are rushing to expand production capacity for COVID-19 vaccines to aid inoculation drives around the world,Focus on speedy development comes back to haunt Sinovac and Sinopharm

Doubts over China vaccines' effectiveness mar production push - Nikkei Asia

SINGAPORE - People who have received the Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine will not be exempted from pre-event testing, said the Ministry of Health (MOH) on Wednesday (June 30). Vaccines not included in Singapore's national vaccination programme - Sinovac's among them - may lack sufficient documentation of how effective they are at protecting against Covid-19 infection, and in particular against the Delta...SINGAPORE - People who have received the Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine will not be exempted from pre-event testing, said the Ministry of Health (MOH) on Wednesday (June 30). Vaccines not included in Singapore's national vaccination programme - Sinovac's among them - may lack sufficient documentation of how effective they are at protecting against Covid-19 infection, and in particular against the Delta...

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