Malaysia is expected to receive its first Covid-19 vaccines from Pfizer in the first quarter of 2021. Photo: AFP Malaysia is expected to receive its first Covid-19 vaccines from Pfizer in the first quarter of 2021. Photo: AFP
Malaysia is expected to receive its first Covid-19 vaccines from Pfizer in the first quarter of 2021. Photo: AFP

Coronavirus: Malaysia secures 12.8 million Pfizer vaccines as China assures Muhyiddin of ‘priority status’

  • The US firm will deliver one million doses in the first quarter of 2021, and the deal is expected to cover 6.4 million Malaysians
  • Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin said Beijing had assured him that Malaysia would be given priority access to its vaccines

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Malaysia is expected to receive its first Covid-19 vaccines from Pfizer in the first quarter of 2021. Photo: AFP Malaysia is expected to receive its first Covid-19 vaccines from Pfizer in the first quarter of 2021. Photo: AFP
Malaysia is expected to receive its first Covid-19 vaccines from Pfizer in the first quarter of 2021. Photo: AFP
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