Coronavirus: Japan plans to give vaccines to Vietnam, Malaysia; Indian states ease lockdowns

Japan is planning to provide Covid-19 vaccines to Vietnam and Malaysia, the Yomiuri newspaper reported on Saturday, without saying where it got the information.Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga’s administration is preparing to dispatch the vaccines as soon as this month, the report said. The supply of the inoculations would be made outside the Covax initiative, the World Health Organization-backed effort to buy and distribute vaccines to low- and middle-income nations, according to the Yomiuri.The…

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