Singapore Expects Foreigners To Seek Its Adequate H1N1 Vaccine Supply
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Singapore's health minister says the nation has an adequate supply of H1N1 flu vaccine and could even weather an expected influx of foreigners seeking the drug. Minister Khaw Boon Wan said the nation has 250,000 doses with another 750,000 expected by the end of the year. He said he expected some of that supply to be sought by foreigners, particularly Indonesians and possibly Malaysians, but said, "that's all right." (Click here for more
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