Singapore is ready to vaccinate more than 10,000 maritime workers

Singapore expects to have vaccinated more than 10,000 people from the front line of the maritime sector by the end of January.

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Singapore becomes one of the first countries to vaccinate its maritime workforce.

As part of the country's vaccination strategy, more than 10,000 people working on the front line of the maritime sector will receive the coronavirus vaccine before the end of January, writes Singapore's Maritime and Port Authority, MPA.

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