A newly inoculated man exits a bus used as a mobile Covid-19 vaccination centre to encourage people to get vaccinated in Taguig, the Philippines. Philippine authorities have fully vaccinated 2.1 million people, making slow progress towards the target to immunise up to 70 million people this year in a country of 110 million. Photo: AP A newly inoculated man exits a bus used as a mobile Covid-19 vaccination centre to encourage people to get vaccinated in Taguig, the Philippines. Philippine authorities have fully vaccinated 2.1 million people, making slow progress towards the target to immunise up to 70 million people this year in a country of 110 million. Photo: AP
A newly inoculated man exits a bus used as a mobile Covid-19 vaccination centre to encourage people to get vaccinated in Taguig, the Philippines. Philippine authorities have fully vaccinated 2.1 million people, making slow progress towards the target to immunise up to 70 million people this year in a country of 110 million. Photo: AP

Coronavirus: ‘vaccine or jail’, Philippines’ Duterte threatens; Singapore expands testing after finding new clusters

  • Duterte’s remarks contradict those of his health officials, who have said Covid-19 vaccines were encouraged but voluntary
  • Elsewhere, Singapore widened testing after finding two new clusters, and India administered 8.5 million vaccine doses in one day

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A newly inoculated man exits a bus used as a mobile Covid-19 vaccination centre to encourage people to get vaccinated in Taguig, the Philippines. Philippine authorities have fully vaccinated 2.1 million people, making slow progress towards the target to immunise up to 70 million people this year in a country of 110 million. Photo: AP A newly inoculated man exits a bus used as a mobile Covid-19 vaccination centre to encourage people to get vaccinated in Taguig, the Philippines. Philippine authorities have fully vaccinated 2.1 million people, making slow progress towards the target to immunise up to 70 million people this year in a country of 110 million. Photo: AP
A newly inoculated man exits a bus used as a mobile Covid-19 vaccination centre to encourage people to get vaccinated in Taguig, the Philippines. Philippine authorities have fully vaccinated 2.1 million people, making slow progress towards the target to immunise up to 70 million people this year in a country of 110 million. Photo: AP
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