Japan kick-starts COVID-19 vaccination drive, 40,000 healthcare workers to be inoculated first
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Japan will begin its COVID-19 vaccination drive on Feb 17 as it battles a third wave of infections. 40,000 healthcare workers who have been nominated from 100 medical institutes nationwide will be vaccinated first. 20,000 of those vaccinated will provide a diary for 28 days on their condition. The second dose will be administered to the same 20,000 after March 10. Administrative Reform Minister Taro Kono did not specify when the rest of the population can be vaccinated. There has been speculation that it may not start until after June and may not make it in time for the Olympic Games.
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