US President Joe Biden receives a dose of Covid-19 vaccine in January. Photo: Reuters US President Joe Biden receives a dose of Covid-19 vaccine in January. Photo: Reuters
US President Joe Biden receives a dose of Covid-19 vaccine in January. Photo: Reuters
Lynn Lee
Opinion

Opinion

As I see it by Lynn Lee

Asia doesn’t need to rush into broad vaccine mandates like the US

  • Compulsory vaccinations targeting specific high-risk workers or sectors make more sense
  • But there needs to be a fair and firm system of penalties so as to not add to the mental health pressures of an ongoing pandemic

US President Joe Biden receives a dose of Covid-19 vaccine in January. Photo: Reuters US President Joe Biden receives a dose of Covid-19 vaccine in January. Photo: Reuters
US President Joe Biden receives a dose of Covid-19 vaccine in January. Photo: Reuters
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