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Thailand’s winning strategies amid the health crisis

September 6, 2021

By Roshel Jayasundera,Senior Director, Global Consulting, Axios International Roshel Jayasundera of Axios International, anInternational firm who is focusing on the emerging market including Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin America and Middle East, discussed current healthcare trends in Thailand and Southeast Asia, as well as how Thailand is recovering from the Covid-19 outbreak, in this article. How […]

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Cambodia to mix vaccines as booster shots in COVID-19 fight

August 2, 2021

Cambodia will begin offering a third vaccination dose to nearly one million frontline workers in the country as a measure against COVID-19. Prime Minister Hun Sen said Cambodia will be switching between the AstraZeneca (AZ) and Chinese COVID-19 vaccines – those initially vaccinated with Sinopharm/Sinovac will be given a third booster AZ dose, and vice-versa. […]

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The impact of media on public opinion and trust in vaccines

June 14, 2021

Good communication has become essential during this global pandemic – in particular, how leaders/officials, governments, and subject matter experts of various countries and regions behave, how they communicate, and how the media reports on it all have significant impacts and consequences on the public. The mainstream media has been reporting on COVID-19 and its vaccines […]

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Thailand secures 2 mn Sinovac Covid-19 vaccines; gets first 200K in Feb

January 6, 2021

Thailand is reportedly getting its first 200,000 Covid-19 vaccines from Sinovac Biotech next month. It is expected to receive the remaining batches of 800,000 vaccines by March, and 1 million vaccines by April.  It targets to inoculate at least half of its 70 million population, according to health officials. Thailand has also started local production […]

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Japanese residents to get COVID-19 vaccines free of charge

October 30, 2020

The Japanese government has approved a bill this past week to cover all costs to administer COVID-19 vaccination to all residents in Japan, in line with Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga’s pledge to secure novel coronavirus vaccines for everyone in the country within the first half of next year. The new bill further approves of compensation […]

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Australian agency starts “milestone” testing of potential COVID-19 vaccines

April 8, 2020

The Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has begun animal testing of two potential COVID-19 vaccines, which will determine if they would be safe to use on humans. The vaccines, one by UK’s University of Oxford and one by US company Inovio Pharmaceutical, have been cleared for animal testing by the World Health […]

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Alleged antibody against coronavirus found amidst potential therapeutic agents, vaccines

March 19, 2020

At least 7,500 people across the globe have died from a new coronavirus outbreak while some 188,790 others have been infected by the coronavirus, known as SARS-CoV-2, as of March 17. The virus primarily attacks the lower respiratory system to cause viral pneumonia and may also affect the heart, kidneys, gastrointestinal system, and central nervous […]

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CEPI urges fast-tracking of vaccines for three potential disease outbreaks

January 20, 2017

The Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), a public-private coalition that aims to derail epidemics by speeding development of vaccines, has committed US$460million to speed up vaccine development for MERS, Lassa fever and Nipah virus – three relatively little-known diseases scientists think could cause the next global health emergency. Aiming to have two new experimental […]

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