JAKARTA -- Indonesia will allow companies to purchase vaccines to inoculate their workers, after approving a private COVID-19 inoculation program to run alongside its national scheme.
A recently issued health ministerial regulation stipulates companies can buy and inoculate its employees and their families at private-run hospitals. The directive came into force on Thursday and was made public on Friday.
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