Should Government focus on vaccine rather than moratorium?

Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced that all B40 groups and the people affected during the full Movement Control Order (MCO) have the opportunity to get an automatic moratorium for three months.

He said individuals who lost their jobs as well as micro enterprises and Small and Medium Enterprises that were not allowed to operate during the MCO period could also choose to obtain a 50 per cent installment reduction in installments within 6 months.

Citing a report by the Covid-19 Vaccine Access Assurance Special Committee (JKJAV), only 2.07 million vaccines had been given as of May 19, marking 2.95 million vaccines received if with a 70 per cent utilization rate.

Last week, former Minister of Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Yeo Bee Yin said, based on an infographic prepared by his successor Khairy Jamaluddin, the country should have received about six million doses of vaccine by the middle of this month.

He also raised that Pharmaniaga Lifescience Sdn Bhd, which received 200 liters of Sinovac vaccine in February for bottling, was only able to produce 290,480 doses in the first phase distributed last week more than a week after receiving the supply.

Pharmaniaga Bhd director general Zulkarnain Mod Eusope said it planned to double its production capacity to 8.2 million doses a month as early as this August, from the current four million doses a month.

With new Covid-19 cases which reach an average of 7000, should the government focus on providing more vaccine for the people so that we can fasten in lowing the curve of infectiousness?

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