1. Malaysia to receive additional 182,520 doses of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine on Wednesday  The Sun Daily
  2. Nearly 4000 Kelantan policemen to be vaccinated  NST Online
  3. Govt will try to vaccinate 55k teachers before school reopens  Malaysiakini
  4. Malaysia to receive another 182520 doses of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine on Wednesday (Feb 24)  The Star Online
  5. Malaysia all set to roll out immunisation plan tomorrow  New Straits Times
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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

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

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 22 — Pregnant and breastfeeding women are advised to defer taking the Covid-19 Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to avoid any possible side effects. Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Medical Microbiology lecturer Associate Professor Dr Niazlin Mohd Taib said this is because there was...KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 22 — Pregnant and breastfeeding women are advised to defer taking the Covid-19 Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to avoid any possible side effects. Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Medical Microbiology lecturer Associate Professor Dr Niazlin Mohd Taib said this is because there was...

Covid-19: Pregnant, breastfeeding women advised to defer vaccination, says UPM medical expert | Malaysia | Malay Mail

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

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

Added to the fact that pregnant women with COVID-19 have higher rates of severe illness, the new study 'strongly suggests that pregnant people should be broadly prioritized for COVID-19 vaccine allocation,' according to a report in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology.  Added to the fact that pregnant women with COVID-19 have higher rates of severe illness, the new study 'strongly suggests that pregnant people should be broadly prioritized for COVID-19 vaccine allocation,' according to a report in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology. 

COVID SCIENCE: Pregnant women being infected at higher rates | ABS-CBN News

More than 1.11 crore health and frontline workers have been vaccinated against the coronavirus so far.More than 1.11 crore health and frontline workers have been vaccinated against the coronavirus so far.

Coronavirus: India tally crosses 1.1 crore, Centre to vaccinate people above 50 from March 1

More than 1.11 crore health and frontline workers have been vaccinated against the coronavirus so far.More than 1.11 crore health and frontline workers have been vaccinated against the coronavirus so far.

Coronavirus: India tally crosses 1.1 crore, Centre to vaccinate people above 50 from March 1

Aditi TandonTribune News ServiceNew Delhi, February 22 Union health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan on Sunday wrote to all states asking them to significantly enhance the pace of COVID-19 vaccinations as se'Gear all govt facilities to offer COVID vaccines from March 1' Aditi TandonTribune News ServiceNew Delhi, February 22

Vaccination of 50-plus people from March, Centre writes to states : The Tribune India

The vaccination of this group will begin early next month — and those above the age of 60 will be prioritised.The vaccination of this group will begin early next month — and those above the age of 60 will be prioritised.

Next phase of vaccination: 60-plus first, free shots not for all | India News,The Indian Express

Bhushan pointed out that a large number of healthcare workers across the country are yet to be vaccinated against coronavirus disease and it is necessary to vaccinate them quickly in order for other healthcare services to resume in a full-fledged manner akin to pre-pandemic times.Bhushan pointed out that a large number of healthcare workers across the country are yet to be vaccinated against coronavirus disease and it is necessary to vaccinate them quickly in order for other healthcare services to resume in a full-fledged manner akin to pre-pandemic times.

Govt to vaccinate people above 50 from March 1, asks states, UTs to prepare | Hindustan Times

* Subscribe to the Daily Express' official Telegram channel for the latest news you don't want to miss SEPANG: Those who experience serious side effects after receiving the Covid-19 vaccination will be given ex-gratia payments under a government compensation scheme* Subscribe to the Daily Express' official Telegram channel for the latest news you don't want to miss SEPANG: Those who experience serious side effects after receiving the Covid-19 vaccination will be given ex-gratia payments under a government compensation scheme

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

The Union Health Ministry has written to all States and UTs highlighting the need to significantly enhance the pace of Covid-19 vaccinations, noting that a large number of healthcare and frontline workers still remain to be covered.The Union Health Ministry has written to all States and UTs highlighting the need to significantly enhance the pace of Covid-19 vaccinations, noting that a large number of healthcare and frontline workers still remain to be covered.

Centre asks States to step up vaccination

In a letter to states, the Union health secretary has expressed the need to increase number of days and sites for vaccination drives in the country.In a letter to states, the Union health secretary has expressed the need to increase number of days and sites for vaccination drives in the country.

Increase number of days, sites for vaccination drives: Health Ministry in letter to states - India News

The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus. Pregnant women become infected with the new coronavirus at higher rates than other adults, according to new data. Between March and June in Washington state, for every 1,000 pregnant women there were 14 cases of COVID-19, compared with 7 cases among every 1,000 non-pregnant adults aged 20 to 39, researchers found.The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus. Pregnant women become infected with the new coronavirus at higher rates than other adults, according to new data. Between March and June in Washington state, for every 1,000 pregnant women there were 14 cases of COVID-19, compared with 7 cases among every 1,000 non-pregnant adults aged 20 to 39, researchers found.

Pregnant women being infected at higher rates; COVID-19 from UK variant lasting longer

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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

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

Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe for pregnant women? Experts explain why recommendations have been confusing and whether or not pregnant women should be immunized.Plus, why the recommendations have been a bit confusing so far.

Should Pregnant Women Get a COVID-19 Vaccine? Experts Explain Safety

A total of 1.08 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered till now with 1.86 lakh jabs given on Saturday, the Union Health Ministry said.A total of 1.08 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered till now with 1.86 lakh jabs given on Saturday, the Union Health Ministry said.

1.08 Crore COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Administered: Government

Of the 70,52,845 vaccination doses, 63,52,713 healthcare workers were administered the first dose while 8,73,940 healthcare workers were administered the second dose.Of the 70,52,845 vaccination doses, 63,52,713 healthcare workers were administered the first dose while 8,73,940 healthcare workers were administered the second dose.

Coronavirus | 1.08 crore vaccine doses administered: Government - The Hindu

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

SEPANG (Feb 21): Registration for the Covid-19 vaccination, to commence on March 1, will remain open until it reaches the target of 80 per cent of the population have received the vaccine, said Coordinating Minister for the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme Khairy Jamaluddin. “Registration will remain open until we reach our target of 70 to 80 per cent of Malaysians (to

Covid-19 vaccination registration to remain open until target reached - Khairy | Borneo Post Online

Read more about Need to increase pace of coronavirus vaccinations: Govt tells states on Business Standard. The Union Health Ministry has written to all states and UTs highlighting the need to significantly enhance the pace of Covid-19 vaccinationsThe Union Health Ministry has written to all states and UTs highlighting the need to significantly enhance the pace of Covid-19 vaccinations

Need to increase pace of coronavirus vaccinations: Govt tells states | Business Standard News

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1.08 crore Covid-19 vaccine doses administered: Govt | India News - Times of India