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INDONESIA: Vaccination program will have to overcome three hurdles

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The Sinovac vaccine has received the needed regulatory approvals, paving the way for the formal start of the vaccination program this week. The first vaccine supply will go to 2.6 million recipients. Although the initial distribution to provincial-level governments seems to have been uneventful, three challenges face the vaccination effort: the “last mile” of the cold chain, registration of recipients and overcoming vaccine hesitancy.   The CoronaVac vaccine of Sinovac Biotech Ltd. obtained emergency use authorization on Monday and halal certification last Friday, pa
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