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WHO currently not in favour of vaccine passports

Apr 08, 2021


who currently not in favour of vaccine passports

Image: Getty

The World Health Organisation is currently not in favour of vaccine passports!

It says it is aware about the importance of international travel for countries’ economic recovery, but adds that the global vaccine supplies are now too limited to introduce vaccine passports.

The WHO noted that the lack of data on whether vaccines are able to prevent infection of the coronavirus is also another point against vaccine passports.

COVID-19: Muhyiddin alu-alukan penubuhan pasukan petugas NAM | Astro Awani

Everyone in the country will have access to the best healthcare facilities and services.

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has pledged that his administration will make sure everyone receives healthcare.

The Prime Minister also urged the people to join forces with the authorities to help in the recovery process from Covid-19 pandemic.

TVET, a relevant choice

Image: NST

Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin is encouraging students to consider taking up the Technical and Vocational Education and Training course.

He says TVET is not a second-class course meant for dropouts or non-excellent students but actually offered career opportunities with good incomes.

 


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