Malaysian authorities expect to receive COVID-19 vaccine in first quarter of 2021 | All Round View

Malaysian authorities expect to receive COVID-19 vaccine in first quarter of 2021

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All Round View (Peshawar): Malaysian authorities look forward to receiving coronavirus vaccines in the first quarter of 2021, the Health Minister of the country Adham Baba said, according to Bernama News Agency.

“We are confident that there are many more leading candidates in the world like Gamaleya Research Institute, whose vaccine has also undergone the third phase of clinical tests, which we see as a good opportunity too in providing vaccines to our own people,” the Minister said.

“However, the attainment of COVID-19 vaccines for our country will depend on careful contemplation concerning the quality, safety, implications, and registration of these vaccines by the producing countries,” he said.

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