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foongkitmun
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Posted by foongkitmun > Nov 7, 2020 5:50 PM | Report Abuse

hahahaha...... let's see......


SHAH NURSYAHMIAIMAN NOOR JALAINI
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Posted by SHAH NURSYAHMIAIMAN NOOR JALAINI > Nov 7, 2020 7:10 PM | Report Abuse

https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/govt-make-advance-bookings-covid19-vaccine-%E2%80%94-khairy


foongkitmun
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Posted by foongkitmun > Nov 7, 2020 8:13 PM | Report Abuse

https://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1206008.shtml


foongkitmun
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Posted by foongkitmun > Nov 7, 2020 8:15 PM | Report Abuse

we really need vaccines now.... lock up lock down lock east lock west.....vaccines must come


Jtan63
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Posted by Jtan63 > Nov 7, 2020 8:16 PM | Report Abuse

Today Beijing reported that a few hundred thousand people in China already taken their vaccines and no side effect or any infection reported from those people so far. 56000 people took the vaccines and travelled to work in oversea also well protected, all safe....


Chong1116
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Posted by Chong1116 > Nov 7, 2020 9:13 PM | Report Abuse

Good news!


Noobie123
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Posted by Noobie123 > Nov 7, 2020 9:58 PM | Report Abuse

Monday...Sinopharm vaccine distributor Kanger will fly.


Noobie123
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Posted by Noobie123 > Nov 7, 2020 10:34 PM | Report Abuse

To set up sub contract local filling and get facility accredited by manufacturer would take many years. No time for that. Ready to use vials is the way to go.


pineapple123
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Posted by pineapple123 > Nov 7, 2020 10:45 PM | Report Abuse

President some said, most of covid 19 vaccine and china made vaccine
will be pack in small cylindrical vial bf distributing and export
to other country. so malaysia might receive small cylindrical vial pack fro covid 19 vaccine,
so high possible covid 19 vaccine no need rebottling again,

Its reason why we always heard covid 19 price countin per dose base.
anyway other still can buy if interest
07/11/2020 10:07 PM

Possible.
China can supply ready vaccine in small bottles. Their cost is cheaper for sure. Why would they need dpharma for repacking right ? I have observed most vaccines from clinical and hospitals. Mostly, are ready packed from receiving countries.

high chance, some pharma companies will focus on distributing the vaccines. So which company will get the contract?


pineapple123
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Posted by pineapple123 > Nov 7, 2020 10:46 PM | Report Abuse

GLC for my opinion is Pharmaniaga.

Side companies getting direct contract from HWGB and Bintai.


pineapple123
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Posted by pineapple123 > Nov 7, 2020 10:47 PM | Report Abuse

Tasco could be used for delivery.

Hospitals will be selling from private and clinics.


Insiderinfo
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Posted by Insiderinfo > Nov 7, 2020 11:30 PM | Report Abuse

Read the pharmaceutical act 1952 on sales of drugs. U dont get to simply jv and sell medicine or vaccines in malaysia. Its illegal. It will go through kkm. All our drugs in malaysia is broughy in by pharma and dpharma. This is not some vegetable business where u just jv and sell or distribute. First kkm will pick where and which vaccine based on studies and then they will choose their arm to bottle or deliver. Just go to any clinic and hospital and check their medical boxes. It will be written either pharmaniaga or dpharma. Dont be blinded by the small new jv companies.


Godofgambler
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Posted by Godofgambler > Nov 8, 2020 12:29 AM | Report Abuse

I wonder how this works...
Government getting vaccines...
Small companies getting vaccines...
Small small companies getting vaccines...
Is a hell of pasar malam vaccines.


pineapple123
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Posted by pineapple123 > Nov 8, 2020 12:58 AM | Report Abuse

so, you are sayign Bintai and HWGB a liar ???


henry888
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Posted by henry888 > Nov 8, 2020 5:48 AM | Report Abuse

In my opinion, eventhough Government received vaccine still will appoint GLC companies as distributors and rebottling if needed. Budget 2021 on vaccination per person is RM1,000.00 and this implies what ???- no full subsidies and private companies/GLC is involved. Correct me if i am wrong.


henry888
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Posted by henry888 > Nov 8, 2020 6:08 AM | Report Abuse

Those companies can JV with vaccine suppliers in China but is not binding government to grant approval.


Noobie123
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Posted by Noobie123 > Nov 8, 2020 6:43 AM | Report Abuse

All drugs must be registered through NPRA / MOH. But it is NOT necessary must be by Pharma or Dpharma. Any other companies also can register.
You guys can go to npra.gov.my to check it out. Click on Industry / product search, select pharmaceutical /manufacturer, type name of manufacturer.
Last time I typed Sinopharm, 9 products were registered. These are not vaccine but other products manufactured by Sinopharm.

As far as Bintai or HWGB, do some research to see what are their vaccines and what stage of development testing they are in.


henry888
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Posted by henry888 > Nov 8, 2020 6:49 AM | Report Abuse

Any other companies can register but still subject to approval, approval is the main issue..


Noobie123
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Posted by Noobie123 > Nov 8, 2020 6:51 AM | Report Abuse

Yes. NPRA is the regulator body.


Noobie123
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Posted by Noobie123 > Nov 8, 2020 6:59 AM | Report Abuse

Vaccine testing is very important especially at 3rd stage where mass testing is carried out. Chinese vaccines are tested in Indonesia, UAE, Brazil other than China itself. Other vaccine manufacturers Astrazenneca, Pfizer, Moderna, etc also doing the same. The results must be presented to their health authorities / WHO for scrutiny before it can be used internationally.
The results are expected be available by end of Dec or early Jan for scrutiny and eventually approval. That's the main reason why vaccine can only be available 1st quarter 2021 onwards.


henry888
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Posted by henry888 > Nov 8, 2020 9:19 AM | Report Abuse

@Noobie. This is old news already. Most ppl know


Noobie123
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Posted by Noobie123 > Nov 8, 2020 9:44 AM | Report Abuse

@henry, we share the info only for general knowledge. Correct me if I am wrong.


Jtan63
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Posted by Jtan63 > Nov 8, 2020 10:42 AM | Report Abuse

Perhaps the following article written by a legal firm in Apr 2020 will help to clarify a bit about the approval process of the vaccines importation procedures to Malaysia. They also give name and telephone number in there which we can possibly call up to ask for more details on next Mon.

https://amcham.com.my/wp-content/uploads/Article-20200402-Combating-COVID-19-Legal-Requirements-and-Procedures-for-the-Importation-of-Vaccine-into-Malaysia.pdf


Noobie123
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Posted by Noobie123 > Nov 8, 2020 10:53 AM | Report Abuse

@Jtan63, tq for info.


Jtan63
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Posted by Jtan63 > Nov 8, 2020 11:38 AM | Report Abuse

Pertaining pinepple123 concerns, whether the vaccines will come to Malaysia in its end product final form ready for injection. Again here is the story that we had known before..The two government-linked companies Pharmaniaga and Duo-Pharma were earlier identified as pharmaceutical corporations with the capacity to conduct fill-finish processing, The fill-finish processing comes after upstream bioprocessing, formation of the active agent by cell culture or fermentation, and downstream purification; this is when the final product has the greatest value…for more details please read on to this article:

https://www.contractpharma.com/issues/2013-01/view_features/fill-finish-innovation/

Thus to my opinion, there is a proper procedure and quality control in place to manage the vaccines. The questions is who else will be identified or finally confirmed selected to be the covid19 vaccines player in Malaysia.


henry888
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Posted by henry888 > Nov 8, 2020 12:16 PM | Report Abuse

Good infor,


pang72
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Posted by pang72 > Nov 8, 2020 2:32 PM | Report Abuse

Macam Sula mari


pang72
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Posted by pang72 > Nov 8, 2020 2:33 PM | Report Abuse

Check chrvk tmr


flyingtomoon2020
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Posted by flyingtomoon2020 > Nov 8, 2020 2:34 PM |

Post removed. Why?


Cakes Moon
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Posted by Cakes Moon > Nov 8, 2020 3:35 PM | Report Abuse

Tomorrow CMCO any influence on this counter?


NPRA1985
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Posted by NPRA1985 > Nov 8, 2020 5:00 PM | Report Abuse

“ No reason to say mink-related coronavirus mutation will harm vaccine development: WHO Europe chief

On Friday, experts from the Geneva-based WHO also said that there is no evidence at the moment that the mutation of SARS-CoV-2 virus in minks in Denmark will affect the efficacy of future vaccines for COVID-19.”

http://famagusta-gazette.com/2020/11/08/no-reason-to-say-mink-related-coronavirus-mutation-will-harm-vaccine-development-who-europe-chief/


Insiderinfo
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Posted by Insiderinfo > Nov 8, 2020 6:21 PM | Report Abuse

Dont worry about the jv and the testings. Just check how many vaccines or products does all this small companies supply to kkm now if even they have one. Then u can proceed to the two giants and see what they are supplying. Safe to say it is very unlikely they will receive it unless this 2 giants subcon to them. Been in this industry for a long time


stocktrade101
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Posted by stocktrade101 > Nov 8, 2020 6:31 PM | Report Abuse

I don't think any imported vaccine will be readied for use out of the box. This is because the vaccine has a shelf life and it can't be stored for long in vial form before quickly losing its efficacy. So it is more likely the "vaccine ingredients" will be purchased in bulk and additional processing and bottling will be done locally in Malaysia.


Godofgambler
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Posted by Godofgambler > Nov 8, 2020 7:48 PM | Report Abuse

Biden win....
All stock will rally for 18 months


Godofgambler
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Posted by Godofgambler > Nov 8, 2020 8:53 PM | Report Abuse

Tomorrow vaccine rocket?
Soon?
Can gloves beat covid?
Only vaccine can beat covid..


pineapple123
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Posted by pineapple123 > Nov 8, 2020 9:20 PM | Report Abuse

Gov spent money to buy covid vaccine. Not China buy Malaysia vaccine.

So vaccine earning on Dpharma won't happened!


mf
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Posted by mf > Nov 8, 2020 9:24 PM | Report Abuse

and acquiring Covid-19 vaccine. The government plans to procure Covid-19
vaccine supplies via its participation in the Covid-19 Vaccine Global Access
(COVAX) Programme, which is expected to cost over RM3bn.


foongkitmun
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Posted by foongkitmun > Nov 8, 2020 9:34 PM | Report Abuse

@pineapple123 - this means Dpharma will drop tomorrow?? Ur opinion is greatly appreciated


pineapple123 Gov spent money to buy covid vaccine. Not China buy Malaysia vaccine.

So vaccine earning on Dpharma won't happened!


Chong1116
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Posted by Chong1116 > Nov 8, 2020 10:06 PM | Report Abuse

@pineapple, you think KWSP, yayasan pelaburan and Pnb all this is stupid invest in Dpharma ?


Pandagiant
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Posted by Pandagiant > Nov 8, 2020 10:12 PM | Report Abuse

Will surge to RM 4.5 monday


Godofgambler
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Posted by Godofgambler > Nov 8, 2020 10:25 PM | Report Abuse

Pineapple as if the vaccine will walk itself amd inject itself so naive.
It needs companies to handle the vaccine storage, injection and distributions as well.


Jtan63
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Posted by Jtan63 > Nov 8, 2020 11:53 PM | Report Abuse

@pineapple123, I can understand your concerns and I don't totally deny the possibility that Malaysia will purchase some vaccines end product from China. I found a good article published on Nov4 about China's efforts and their reasons for vaccines supports to various countries.

Taking Indonesia as example, According to the Indonesia government, Sinovac will dispatch 3 million finished doses of coronavirus vaccine and enough vaccine bulk -- the liquid eventually divided into vials -- for Bio Farma to locally manufacture 15 million doses by the end of December. Sinovac also has agreed to supply 125 million doses next year.

In the beginning period, In ratio wise I think China will not supply so many finished product vs the vaccines bulk. My rationales is as follows:
1. There is very high demand for vaccines from everywhere now. China would make use of her capacity to benefit as many people as possible and one way to make this happen soon enough is a joint-effort, one do the front end and the other one do the back end. Especially for country like Malaysia we have the capability and capacity to do it via company like Dpharma.
2. At this junction, China supply the vaccines mainly based on political reason more than making big profits out of it. I assume The cost mainly fall on the vaccines and not the bottling, therefore they already make their money from there and chances is they will allow others to do the bottling.
3. From the quality control perspective, we require a good local pharmaceutical company to manage the bottling and maintain its effectiveness to make sure it is well handled and able to sustain in our local environment.

Hope this help.


Jtan63
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Posted by Jtan63 > Nov 8, 2020 11:54 PM | Report Abuse

Oops! Here is the article...
https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/The-Big-Story/Red-Pill-Behind-China-s-COVID-19-vaccine-diplomacy


Melvin Lim
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Posted by Melvin Lim > Nov 9, 2020 12:35 AM | Report Abuse

Will add and keep till fly pass rm6


NPRA1985
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Posted by NPRA1985 > Nov 9, 2020 1:27 AM | Report Abuse

"Denmark, in an unfortunate decision, has decided to kill every mink in the country to stop the spread of mutated coronavirus to humans. The total estimated population of minks in Denmark is around 15 million.

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen made the decision public on November 4, 2020. He acknowledged that it was a “heavy decision” but the situation required “resolute action.”

https://www.jagranjosh.com/current-affairs/denmark-to-kill-15-million-minks-to-stop-spread-of-mutated-coronavirus-to-humans-1604852651-1


mf
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Posted by mf > Nov 9, 2020 7:30 AM | Report Abuse

Dow futures rise 200 points after Biden wins presidency as post-election rally continues


mf
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Posted by mf > Nov 9, 2020 8:36 AM | Report Abuse

Dow futures rise 300 points after Biden wins presidency as post-election rally continues


stocktrade101
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Posted by stocktrade101 > Nov 9, 2020 8:41 AM | Report Abuse

positive tone there!


Jonathan Keung
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Posted by Jonathan Keung > Nov 9, 2020 9:28 AM | Report Abuse

Fill & finish vaccines targeted by MOH


Godofgambler
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Posted by Godofgambler > Nov 9, 2020 9:31 AM | Report Abuse

Insider news.
Will rocket this month.
Cant miss

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