JAKARTA – Indonesia will start vaccinating people above 59 on Monday (Feb 8), in the latest effort to curb rising Covid-19 infections that have put tremendous pressure on many hospitals.
The decision is an about-turn from an earlier plan to vaccinate only people aged between 18 and 59 first, two officials who spoke on condition of anonymity told The Straits Times.
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