SINGAPORE: A brand new cargo of 101,000 doses of Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Singapore on Monday (Sep 20), stated Health Minister Ong Ye Kung.
The orders had been from personal healthcare establishments and the Ministry of Health (MOH) helped in facilitating the cargo of these orders below the particular entry route, he stated.
“They will benefit individuals such as those who were allergic to the mRNA vaccines,” added Mr Ong in the Facebook publish.
He stated that 2 per cent of Singapore’s inhabitants has taken a minimum of one dose of the Sinovac vaccine, which is run by MOH in addition to permitted personal clinics.
The minister additionally stated that this new inventory of vaccines will probably be accessible at some of the clinics in a couple of days.