- The Malaysian government is still mulling over relaxed SOPs for its residents fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Meanwhile, there’s a push for Malaysia and Singapore to reopen the Causeway while the Philippines is considering a travel ban on Malaysia.
- A whopping 150,000 frontliners can expect to be vaccinated soon to ensure safe interaction with customers, while a faster COVID-19 vaccination programme will help in reviving Malaysia’s travel sector.
- The government is considering relaxing movement restrictions that will benefit anyone fully vaccinated against COVID-19. This includes possibly allowing them to travel and dine-in at restaurants.
- It turns out that you really can have a hot vaxx summer – as long as your vaccine is approved under the WHO’s Emergency Use Listing.
- Same formula, different regulations. The barring of AstraZeneca vaccines produced outside of Europe is frustrating millions of international travellers who’ve been fully inoculated against COVID-19.
- Only china-made vaccines are accepted in China, while Sinovac’s not accepted in most countries. Meanwhile, researchers are contemplating mixing and matching COVID-19 jabs. Things are getting messy with the vaccine wars, so we’ve simplified it for you.
- Those who have been administered with vaccines produced in Russia, India, and China may not be allowed to enter Europe.
- Let’s get that herd immunity! Here are all the things you need to know if you’re contemplating whether or not to register for phase 2 of Malaysia’s opt-in AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine programme.
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