Indonesia set to become mRNA vaccine hub in Southeast Asia

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Indonesia is aiming to become self-sufficient in producing COVID-19 vaccines. The World Health Organization has chosen the country, among others, to possibly become a Southeast Asian hub for mRNA vaccine technology exchange. CGTN’s Silkina Ahluwalia reports from Jakarta.

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