Taiwan starts vaccination drive with AstraZeneca

TAIPEI (HRNW) – Taiwan kicked off its coronavirus inoculation drive Monday with two top officials getting AstraZeneca shots in a bid to boost public confidence in a vaccine that has had a troubled rollout.

Premier Su Tseng-chang and health minister Chen Shih-chung sat for jabs at a Taipei hospital after local authorities cleared the Anglo-Swedish pharmaceutical giants vaccine for use.

“I am not feeling any pain at the spot or any soreness… I hope everyone can feel at ease after seeing my condition,” said Su, 73, in footage televised live.

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