The government’s cautious approach to gearing up the vaccination rate is in part due to vaccine procurement issues given the global shortage situation. Indonesia’s domestic vaccine production capacity may adequately compensate for imports but sourcing raw materials may be a challenge. Domestic vaccines may be needed to reach the government target for herd immunity by 1Q22 unless the global shortage situation is resolved soon.
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