An Indonesian health worker administers a dose of the Sinovac vaccine at Sam Po Kong Temple in Semarang, Central Java. Photo: Bloomberg An Indonesian health worker administers a dose of the Sinovac vaccine at Sam Po Kong Temple in Semarang, Central Java. Photo: Bloomberg
An Indonesian health worker administers a dose of the Sinovac vaccine at Sam Po Kong Temple in Semarang, Central Java. Photo: Bloomberg

Covid-19 vaccines: is fractional dosing a solution for supply-short Southeast Asia?

  • Fractional dosing involves administering smaller amounts of vaccines to stretch supplies, which could have a profound effect in Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam
  • However, experts are divided on whether fractional dosing should be implemented, despite its successful application combating yellow fever outbreaks in Africa

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An Indonesian health worker administers a dose of the Sinovac vaccine at Sam Po Kong Temple in Semarang, Central Java. Photo: Bloomberg An Indonesian health worker administers a dose of the Sinovac vaccine at Sam Po Kong Temple in Semarang, Central Java. Photo: Bloomberg
An Indonesian health worker administers a dose of the Sinovac vaccine at Sam Po Kong Temple in Semarang, Central Java. Photo: Bloomberg
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