Singapore is setting up special centers to administer Covid-19 vaccinations daily to large groups of people, on top of allowing the jabs to be taken at clinics and other established healthcare facilities.

Those centres will be ready “soon,” chief health scientist Tan Chorh Chuan told The Straits Times in an interview published Jan 11.

Singapore started its nationwide coronavirus vaccination drive on Dec 30 and is currently using the vaccine developed by Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE. Healthcare workers and the elderly are among those first in line to be vaccinated, with those aged 70 and above scheduled to receive it from February.

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