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Japan to donate AstraZeneca vaccines to Thailand

Metro USA 21 Jun 2021
Thailand’s mass vaccination drive, which started this month, relies heavily on AstraZeneca shots produced locally by a company owned by its king, which experienced some delays, also impacting Taiwan, Malaysia and the Philippines ... .
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Andanar honors late pa on Father's Day

Manila Bulletin 20 Jun 2021
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar and his late father former Interior Undersecretary Wencelito Andanar (Facebook) ... He was also the Undersecretary of the Department of the Interior and Local Government from 2001 to 2007. In 2018, he was appointed as the Special Envoy of President Duterte to Malaysia ... .
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Thailand once shut out Covid-19 but is now pivoting to living with it

Live Mint 20 Jun 2021
In September, it celebrated 100 consecutive days of no locally transmitted infections ... Thailand is relying heavily on doses produced in the country, where a local company, Siam Bioscience Co ... An initial delivery of 1.8 million doses was made to Thai authorities, but exports to countries including Malaysia were delayed by several weeks.
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COVID-19 Weekly Round-up: Daily New Cases Stay Below 6,000, Recovery Rate Nearly 90 Percent

Malaysian National News Agency 18 Jun 2021
This is a round-up of COVID-19 related matters in Malaysia and globally from June 12 up to noon today. In Malaysia, case numbers have exceeded 670,000 and globally, the virus has infected more than 178 million people and caused over 3.8 million deaths ... LOCAL TRANSMISSIONS ... Local COVID-19 transmissions are still plaguing new case numbers in Malaysia.
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Thailand scraps plan for 16-week dose gap on AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine

Straits Times 18 Jun 2021
A 16-week interval has not been tested in human trials ... Thailand started its mass Covid-19 immunisation campaign last week and has administered 7.2 million doses since February. A royal-owned Thai firm has partnered with AstraZeneca to make its vaccine locally, but has experienced delays, also impacting Taiwan, Malaysia and the Philippines ... � ....
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Thailand scraps plan for 16-week dose gap on AstraZeneca vaccine

Metro USA 18 Jun 2021
A 16-week interval has not been tested in human trials ... Thailand started its mass COVID-19 immunisation campaign last week and has administered 7.2 million doses since February. A royal-owned Thai firm has partnered with AstraZeneca to make its vaccine locally, but has experienced delays, also impacting Taiwan, Malaysia and the Philippines ... .
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Malaysia thanks China for contribution of Sinovac COVID-19 vaccines

People Daily 17 Jun 2021
Malaysia's leading pharmaceutical company Pharmaniaga is also in partnership with Sinovac to produce locally fill-and-finish vaccine as the first ever human vaccine produced in Malaysia, which in turn is a significant milestone for Malaysia's pharmaceutical industry.
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Stranded, stateless, detained: New report reveals 700,000 Rohingya children are denied basic rights across Asia

Reliefweb 17 Jun 2021
According to a new report to mark World Refugee Day, No safe haven, Rohingya children across Myanmar, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia are prevented from accessing quality education and legal protection, which can expose them to abuse, child labour, child marriage, trafficking and detention.
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Forum: Glad that dialects are used in vaccination ads to reach out to the elderly

Straits Times 17 Jun 2021
I refer to the recent slew of commercials in Chinese dialects on local television channels encouraging Singaporeans to get themselves vaccinated ... I wonder why no local-born speakers ...
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Glad dialects are used to reach out to elderly

Straits Times 17 Jun 2021
I refer to the recent slew of commercials in Chinese dialects on local television channels encouraging Singaporeans to get themselves vaccinated ... I wonder why no local-born speakers ...
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'One country, two systems' 'showcases CPC's political wisdom'

China Daily 17 Jun 2021
Malaysia-born Chandran Nair, founder of local think thank Global Institute for Tomorrow, shared his early experience of being misled by the anti-China propaganda generated by the West, and how his mindset shifted after he saw what was really happening in Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland.
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Communicating Through the Years

News Watchman 17 Jun 2021
This past year the Covid isolation has given us “Old Folks” opportunity to think about the ways we have communicated with our friends and relatives over time. Today, we can quickly call them on our cell phones. This was not always the case ... In 1991 we traveled to Malaysia on assignment with a local university. On the way, we visited Hong Kong ... Amazing!.
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Malaysia thanks China for sending coronavirus vaccine

Suryaa 16 Jun 2021
Malaysia's leading pharmaceutical company Pharmaniaga is also in partnership with Sinovac to produce locally fill-and-finish vaccine as the first ever human vaccine produced in Malaysia, which in turn is a significant milestone for Malaysia's pharmaceutical industry.
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Inflation Device Market : Technological advancements and Growth Drivers

Pharmiweb 16 Jun 2021
North America accounted for the largest share of the inflation devices market in 2019 ... Moreover, in 2017, Boston Scientific also established a new manufacturing facility in Penang, Malaysia, which helped the company expand its presence in the Asia Pacific region by supporting local R&D and new business development activities within this region. .
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Malaysia conditionally approves CanSino COVID-19 vaccine for use

China.dot.org 15 Jun 2021
CanSino Biologics Vice President Xin Chunlin told Xinhua that CanSino will supply Malaysia with finished products and is also working with local partners for local manufacturing ... in Malaysia's national immunization program after receiving approval from the country's regulators.

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