NSTopinion G7 and developed countries hoarded vaccines and are now ‘donating’ them to developing world.
“A world vaccinated” following the pledges made at the G7 Summit is no more than a euphemism for “a world divided”. Or even harsher.
Man who drove in reverse in Sandakan being probed for dangerous driving
KOTA KINABALU: Police are investigating a 44-year-old man after a video of him driving his four-wheel-drive vehicle in reverse through the streets of Sandakan town on Sunday (July 25) went viral.
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 Covid19 vaccine HerdImmunity No need to separately test then approve a vaccine. If it has passed elsewhere satisfactorily and results are published then authorise emergency use.
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
Denial of vaccine IP waiver shows World Bank against global health | New Straits TimesIt is incomprehensible on why a waiver to be viewed as removing obstacles to ramping up the production of vaccines in developing countries.
More than 200,000 Kelantanese have received their vaccines | New Straits TimesNSTnation More than 200,000 Kelantanese have received their first or both Covid19 vaccine doses so far.
46 disabled persons in Jeli receives vaccine jabs | New Straits TimesNSTnation A total of 46 disabled persons in the district have received their first Covid-19 vaccine doses. NIP COVID19 vaccine Babe Jeli babes jeppppppppppp_
ICU beds see highest occupancy at 917 cases, 5,304 new infections | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia registered 5,304 new Covid-19 positive cases as of noon today, taking the overall tally of coronavirus infection to 657,508 since the start of the pandemic last year.