It has been a long year for businesses and communities across Southeast Asia. But after 12 months of pandemic-related challenges, vaccines now offer a welcome ray of hope on the horizon.

With the remarkable efforts of the scientific community to develop not one, but multiple viable vaccines against Covid-19, efforts now turn to the essential supply chain infrastructure that is fundamental to a successful vaccine roll-out.

Vaccination supply chains are by their nature a complex beast. They require complicated but seamless interconnectivity between manufacturing, logistics and health infrastructure.

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