A doctor shows a bottle of the Sinovac vaccine in Jakarta before receiving a dose of it, as Indonesia began its mass vaccination drive for Covid-19 in January. Photo: Reuters A doctor shows a bottle of the Sinovac vaccine in Jakarta before receiving a dose of it, as Indonesia began its mass vaccination drive for Covid-19 in January. Photo: Reuters
A doctor shows a bottle of the Sinovac vaccine in Jakarta before receiving a dose of it, as Indonesia began its mass vaccination drive for Covid-19 in January. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: Sinovac shot causes ‘drastic drop’ in deaths, infections among Indonesian health workers; World Economic Forum to go ahead with Singapore meeting

  • Indonesia found that Sinovac protected 100 per cent of 25,374 health workers from death, 96 per cent from hospitalisation and 94 per cent from infection
  • Meanwhile, the World Economic Forum plans to go ahead with its annual meeting in Singapore this August despite a jump in coronavirus cases in the city state

Topic |   Chinese coronavirus vaccines
A doctor shows a bottle of the Sinovac vaccine in Jakarta before receiving a dose of it, as Indonesia began its mass vaccination drive for Covid-19 in January. Photo: Reuters A doctor shows a bottle of the Sinovac vaccine in Jakarta before receiving a dose of it, as Indonesia began its mass vaccination drive for Covid-19 in January. Photo: Reuters
A doctor shows a bottle of the Sinovac vaccine in Jakarta before receiving a dose of it, as Indonesia began its mass vaccination drive for Covid-19 in January. Photo: Reuters
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