Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison receives a Covid-19 vaccination during a visit to Castle Hill Medical Centre in Sydney on Sunday. Photo: AAP Image via Reuters Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison receives a Covid-19 vaccination during a visit to Castle Hill Medical Centre in Sydney on Sunday. Photo: AAP Image via Reuters
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison receives a Covid-19 vaccination during a visit to Castle Hill Medical Centre in Sydney on Sunday. Photo: AAP Image via Reuters

Coronavirus: Australian PM receives first vaccine dose; Malaysia to start vaccinations two days early

  • Up to 4 million Australians are expected to be inoculated by March, while Malaysia’s national vaccine roll-out will begin on Wednesday
  • Elsewhere, inoculations of Japan’s elderly are to start at a slower pace, as the country received its second shipment of the Pfizer vaccine

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison receives a Covid-19 vaccination during a visit to Castle Hill Medical Centre in Sydney on Sunday. Photo: AAP Image via Reuters Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison receives a Covid-19 vaccination during a visit to Castle Hill Medical Centre in Sydney on Sunday. Photo: AAP Image via Reuters
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison receives a Covid-19 vaccination during a visit to Castle Hill Medical Centre in Sydney on Sunday. Photo: AAP Image via Reuters
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