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UPDATED 1.10PM | COVID-19 | Education Ministry has given a name list of teachers with co-morbidities, in high-risk group.

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia will receive its second batch of 182,520 doses of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine tomorrow (Feb 24) for distribution to states that have y...PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia will receive its second batch of 182,520 doses of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine tomorrow (Feb 24) for distribution to states that have y...

Malaysia to receive additional 182,520 doses of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine on Wednesday

Manipal University College Malaysia Community and Occupational Medicine Professor Dr G. Jayakumar said the country was not only equipped with vast experience in the aspect of vaccination but also boasted plenty of health personnel resources to enlist as vaccinators.

Malaysia all set to roll out immunisation plan tomorrow | New Straits Times

SUNGAI BESAR, Feb 22 — The Education Ministry (MOE) will give priority to teachers in the high-risk group for the Covid-19 vaccine if the request for them to be included in the first phase of the Covid-19 vaccination programme starting Wednesday, is approved. Deputy Education Minister 1 Muslimin...SUNGAI BESAR, Feb 22 — The Education Ministry (MOE) will give priority to teachers in the high-risk group for the Covid-19 vaccine if the request for them to be included in the first phase of the Covid-19 vaccination programme starting Wednesday, is approved. Deputy Education Minister 1 Muslimin...

Education Ministry: High-risk teachers may be included in first phase of vaccination programme | Malaysia | Malay Mail

The first shipment of Covid-19 vaccines for Malaysia touched down at Kuala Lumpur International Airport yesterday morning, with another consignment making its way overland from Singapore to Johor in the afternoon.. Read more at straitstimes.com.SE Asia News -The first shipment of Covid-19 vaccines for Malaysia touched down at Kuala Lumpur International Airport yesterday morning, with another consignment making its way overland from

Malaysia receives first batch of Covid-19 vaccines, SE Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

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Govt to compensate those having serious side effects from Covid-19 jab, says Khairy | Daily Express Online - Sabah's Leading News Portal

Malaysia moved up its Covid-19 inoculation drive by two days as the first batch of vaccines arrived in the Southeast Asian nation today. Malaysia aims to vaccinate at least 80% of its 32 million people within a year as it pushes to revive an economy that, slammed by coronavirus-related curbs, recorded its worst slump in over two decades in 2020. It has imposed more lockdownsMalaysia moved up its Covid-19 inoculation drive by two days as the first batch of vaccines arrived in the Southeast Asian nation today.

Malaysia to start Covid-19 vaccination drive early as first doses arrive | The Daily Star

What does 50% efficacy for COVID-19 vaccine mean? How does the govt avoid vaccine wastage and counter misinformation? Here's a summary from Khairy's Clubhouse session.What does 50% efficacy for COVID-19 vaccine mean? How does the govt avoid vaccine wastage and counter misinformation? Here's a summary from Khairy's Clubhouse session.

11 Key Takeaways from Khairy's Clubhouse session on COVID-19 vaccines

KUALA LUMPUR — The first phase of Malaysia's National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme will be brought forward to Feb 24 instead of Feb 26 as initially scheduled.KUALA LUMPUR — The first phase of Malaysia's National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme will be brought forward to Feb 24 instead of Feb 26 as initially scheduled.

First shipment of Covid-19 vaccine arrives in Malaysia; immunisation schedule brought forward to Feb 24