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No rush for Covid-19 jab in Taiwan, given fears over side effects | Vaccinating Asia

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Taiwanese are not in a hurry to get inoculated due to the relatively low number of cases on the island and many are taking a wait-and-see attitude, with some pinning their hopes on homegrown vaccines which are still at trial stage. https://str.sg/JCPn

Vaccinating Asia: How does the world’s largest continent immunise 4.5 billion people against Covid-19 in the shortest time possible? From Singapore to Japan, The Straits Times bureaus find out in this special report: https://str.sg/JCmy

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