Around 500,000 people have been vaccinated in Japan to date, one of the slowest vaccination programs across developed nations.
Bloomberg reporter Lisa Du joins Deep Dive to discuss how Japan’s vaccine rollout has gone so far, and the challenges the program may face going forward.
- 65% see Japan’s vaccine rollout as slow, poll finds (The Japan Times)
- 62.1% of Japanese willing to have COVID-19 vaccination, survey says (The Japan Times)
- Japan may approve second COVID-19 vaccine in May, health minister says (The Japan Times)
- Trials and transparency stand in way of Japan’s acquisition of non-Western shots (Osamu Tsukimori, The Japan Times)
- ‘Vaccine passports’ could help global travel resume. But is Japan on board? (Magdalena Osumi, The Japan Times)
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