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The Indonesian government has approved a private COVID-19 vaccination scheme, which will go hand in hand with the national programme, stated a ministerial regulation on Friday.
Companies will be allowed to buy vaccines procured by the states for their employees. However, employees and their families should not have to pay for the vaccines themselves.
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The government will determine the price, according to the regulation.
State-owned pharmaceutical company Bio Farma will handle the distribution of vaccines and shots must be given in private health centres.
Indonesia, home to approximately 300 million, is among the first to benefit from the ongoing UAE-China Phase III anti-COVID-19 candidate vaccine clinical trial in Abu Dhabi and Sharjah.
Researchers around the world started work on a coronavirus vaccine on Jan. 11, the moment their Chinese counterparts published the microbe’s genetic code.
The new procedure implemented "until further notice" is part of the "temporary adjustments" the consular mission has come up with relative to Coronavirus 2019.
Indonesians are advised to limit travel as they who are travelling are requested to book home-bound flights soonest to obviate inconvenience arising from restrictions imposed by governments to contain Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19).
The deal arrives just in time for a summit of world leaders hosted by the U.S. government on Thursday and Friday, where the EU and other global powers will promote their pledges to protect the planet.
Biden has invited 40 world leaders including Xi and Russia's Vladimir Putin to the meet starting on Earth Day, meant to mark Washington's return to the front lines of the fight against climate change after former president Donald Trump disengaged from the process.
As aviation industry players have become more optimistic on the resumption of international flights worldwide, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) recently signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with a leading European diagnostic service provider, for more ease to passengers required to secure negative Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) test results.
Sheikh Abdullah affirmed the depth and strength of relations between the UAE and Pakistan, which, he said, are longstanding and based on mutual trust and respect. He stressed the two nations’ determination to grow cooperation across all fields for the common good of both nations’ peoples.