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Malaysia's Johor state ramping up COVID-19 vaccinations for residents | Video

Malaysia's state of Johor is aiming to vaccinate 2.3 million people - about 80 per cent of its population - against COVID-19 by October. The state's chief minister Hasni Mohammad told CNA that reducing COVID-19 cases and achieving herd immunity will be crucial in determining when the border with Singapore can be reopened. Afifah Ariffin reports.

Malaysia's Johor state ramping up COVID-19 vaccinations for residents | Video

04 Jun 2021 12:07am
Malaysia's state of Johor is aiming to vaccinate 2.3 million people - about 80 per cent of its population - against COVID-19 by October. The state's chief minister Hasni Mohammad told CNA that reducing COVID-19 cases and achieving herd immunity will be crucial in determining when the border with Singapore can be reopened. Afifah Ariffin reports.

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