NSTletter We are extremely appalled by the WorldBank decision to oppose vaccine Intellectual Property (IP) waiver.
It is incomprehensible on why a waiver to be viewed as removing obstacles to ramping up the production of vaccines in developing countries.
Heartbreak for Zii Jia as Chen Long marches to Olympics quarter-finals
PETALING JAYA: Chen Long broke Malaysian hearts once again.
Malaysia joins global race to develop its own Covid-19 vaccines | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has now joined the global race to develop vaccines for Covid-19 amid criticism over the allegedly slow pace of its vaccination drive. Wen u can't crawl..but expect to walk n sprint thereafter lends credence to the old adage.. 'semua mau semua ada semua start semua terbengkalai in time'...plus banyak belanja with no results
Expand vaccine portfolio, says expert | New Straits TimesNSTnation Government needs to broaden its Covid-19 vaccine portfolio to speed up the inoculation drive instead of relying on existing vaccine sources, says an expert. KitaJagaKita Covid19vaccine HerdImmunity No need to separately test then approve a vaccine. If it has passed elsewhere satisfactorily and results are published then authorise emergency use.
We will turn the corner with aggressive vaccine rollout | New Straits TimesNSTopinion Covid19 vaccination works and the government knows this. With the government's aggressive rollout of the NIP, there's now light at the end of the tunnel. Vaccination Pandemic
Italy get Euro 2020 off to impressive start against Turkey | New Straits TimesROME: Italy got their Euro 2020 campaign off the mark with an impressive 3-0 win over Turkey in the curtain-raiser for the postponed continental tournament at home in Rome on Friday.
Satiananthan believes Cheng Hoe's men will rise against Thailand | New Straits TimesNSTsports Former national coach B. Satiananthan believes HarimauMalaya will bounce back from their miserable run in Dubai when they face Thailand in Tuesday's final Group G match of the WorldCup qualifiers.
Malaysia's pre-World Cup campaign in tatters after loss to Vietnam | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s pre-World Cup campaign came to a premature end this morning after the national football team were beaten 2-1 by Vietnam at the Al Maktoum Stadium in Dubai. Good. Cut the funding.