A healthcare worker administers a dose of the Sinovac Biotech Covid-19 vaccine at Tanah Abang market in Jakarta, Indonesia. The country is aiming to inoculate more than 180 million people to reach herd immunity by the end of the year. Photo: Bloomberg A healthcare worker administers a dose of the Sinovac Biotech Covid-19 vaccine at Tanah Abang market in Jakarta, Indonesia. The country is aiming to inoculate more than 180 million people to reach herd immunity by the end of the year. Photo: Bloomberg
A healthcare worker administers a dose of the Sinovac Biotech Covid-19 vaccine at Tanah Abang market in Jakarta, Indonesia. The country is aiming to inoculate more than 180 million people to reach herd immunity by the end of the year. Photo: Bloomberg

Coronavirus: Indonesia can punish those who refuse vaccine; Singapore opens business travel bubble

  • Indonesia has so far administered more than 1.7 million shots, but can stop or delay social assistance programmes to those who will not get vaccinated
  • Meanwhile, Japan expanded its vaccination programme beyond Tokyo, and India will require tests from those travelling from countries with new variants

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A healthcare worker administers a dose of the Sinovac Biotech Covid-19 vaccine at Tanah Abang market in Jakarta, Indonesia. The country is aiming to inoculate more than 180 million people to reach herd immunity by the end of the year. Photo: Bloomberg A healthcare worker administers a dose of the Sinovac Biotech Covid-19 vaccine at Tanah Abang market in Jakarta, Indonesia. The country is aiming to inoculate more than 180 million people to reach herd immunity by the end of the year. Photo: Bloomberg
A healthcare worker administers a dose of the Sinovac Biotech Covid-19 vaccine at Tanah Abang market in Jakarta, Indonesia. The country is aiming to inoculate more than 180 million people to reach herd immunity by the end of the year. Photo: Bloomberg
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