People wait to be inoculated at a vaccination centre in Taipei. Photo: Bloomberg People wait to be inoculated at a vaccination centre in Taipei. Photo: Bloomberg
People wait to be inoculated at a vaccination centre in Taipei. Photo: Bloomberg

Former Taiwanese president Ma Ying-jeou urges government to allow groups to import Covid-19 vaccines

  • Ma says ruling Democratic Progressive Party should put aside ideology and allow civilian groups to secure much-needed supplies
  • The island is currently battling a surge in cases and is struggling to secure enough vaccines, but the government denies stopping civilians importing doses

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
People wait to be inoculated at a vaccination centre in Taipei. Photo: Bloomberg People wait to be inoculated at a vaccination centre in Taipei. Photo: Bloomberg
People wait to be inoculated at a vaccination centre in Taipei. Photo: Bloomberg
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