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Stocks in Indonesia, India Thailand, Singapore and Philippines were up between 0.2% and 0.9%. Malaysian stocks fell 0.2%, dragged by the world's biggest latex glove maker Top Glove and peer Hartalega Holdings. Top Glove and Hartalega fell 1.5% and 4.5%, respectively, after Supermax Corp warned of a hit from a U.S. import ban. Supermax, which is not part of the benchmark stock index, slid 1.6%. Other Asian currencies were mixed against a steady dollar, with the Malaysian ringgit and Taiwan's dollar firming up to 0.2% each, while the Philippine peso slipped.
Persons: Indranil Sarkar, Alvin Tan, Korea's KOSPI, Subhranshu Sahu Organizations: RBC Capital Markets, Asia FX, Bank of, Hartalega Holdings, Supermax Corp, United, Malaysian, Singapore, Keppel Corp, United States Locations: Malaysia, China, Stocks, Indonesia, India Thailand, Singapore, Philippines, Beijing, COVID, Shanghai, Asia, Bank of Korea, Malaysian, U.S, United States, Philippine, United, United States Asia, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, Bengaluru
(Corrects headline and lead paragraph’s Q3 GDP growth projection to 4.5%, not 4.3%, after Finance Ministry issues correction)FILE PHOTO: A farmer harvests mustard at Balane village, Central Sulawesi province, Indonesia, August 4, 2021. JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia expects rising exports and a recovery in household consumption to result in economic growth of 4.5% in the third quarter, refining an earlier forecast for 4-5% growth, but headwinds lie ahead, its finance minister warned on Monday. The minister also gave a new official forecast for 2021 full-year growth of 4%, compared with a previous forecast of 3.7% to 4.5%. She listed the possibility of tapering in the United States and the European Union, a potential slowdown in China’s economic growth and rising inflation globally, among other uncertainties, as potential headwinds to Indonesia’s recovery. (This story corrects headline and lead paragraph’s Q3 GDP growth projection to 4.5% from 4.3%, after Finance Ministry issues correction)
Persons: Antara, Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Sri Mulyani, ” Sri Mulyani Organizations: Finance Ministry, Reuters, Analysts, , European, European Union Locations: Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, JAKARTA, China, United States, European Union
While Australia has the coal Beijing needs, the world's second-largest economy is unlikely to reverse an unofficial ban on Australian coal imports anytime soon, analysts told CNBC. Before that, Australia was a major coal supplier to China — in 2019, some 38% of Chinese thermal coal imports came from Australia. Between January and August, Indonesia accounted for roughly 57% of China's thermal coal imports, he said. "The main driver of current thermal coal prices, particularly from Australia, is demand in North Asia ahead of this winter," said Dhar. He added that Australian coal prices would likely depend on how cold the upcoming winter turns out.
Persons: David Gray, Vivek Dhar, Rory Simington, Wood, Abhinav Gupta, CNBC's, Gupta, Dhar, Shane Oliver, Oliver Organizations: Port, Bloomberg, Getty, CNBC, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Canberra, China —, Australia . Energy, ACM, Braemar ACM, Commonwealth Bank, Australia, Newcastle Port, Whitehaven Coal Ltd, AMP Locations: Newcastle, Newcastle , New South Wales, Australia, China, Beijing, China China, Wood Mackenzie, Braemar, Colombia, Indonesia, Russia, North Asia, Dhar, Gunnedah , New South Wales
A bird flies near the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) secretariat building, ahead of the ASEAN leaders' meeting in Jakarta, Indonesia, April 23, 2021. REUTERS/Willy KurniawanBANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Oct 26 (Reuters) - A summit of Southeast Asian leaders got underway on Tuesday without a Myanmar representative, after its junta leader was excluded for failure to follow a regional peace deal and the ruling military refused to send junior representation. Neither Brunei, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) chair, nor the bloc's secretary-general made a mention of the no-show in opening remarks at the virtual meeting. Brunei had said the bloc would invite a non-political representative from Myanmar, but there was no confirmation of this by the opening of the summit. In deciding to sideline the Myanmar junta boss, ASEAN cited his failure to make steps to end hostilities, initiate dialogue, allow humanitarian support and grant a special envoy full access in the country.
Persons: Willy Kurniawan BANDAR, BEGAWAN, Min Aung Hlaing, Joe Biden, Suu Kyi's, Michael Vatikiotis, Bandar Seri Begawan, Tom Allart, Kay Johnson, Michael Perry Organizations: Association of Southeast Asian Nations, ASEAN, REUTERS, Assistance Association for Political, National Unity Government, EU, Ain, Thomson Locations: Jakarta, Indonesia, Myanmar, Brunei, U.S, United States, China, South Korea, ASEAN, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Asia, Geneva, Bandar Seri
Solar panels are seen on the roof of a public housing block in Singapore September 23, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas WhiteSINGAPORE, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Companies led by Singapore's Sunseap Group signed a memorandum of understanding to develop solar power systems in the neighbouring Riau islands of Indonesia to provide electricity for the city-state, Sunseap said on Monday. The various systems will have a combined 7 gigawatt-peak (GWp) capacity, Sunseap said. It includes a previously announced 2.2 GWp floating solar farm on Batam island, part of the Riau archipelago south of Singapore. read moreThe project will help Singapore and Indonesia meet their green energy goals and would be one of the largest cross-border interconnected clean energy projects in Southeast Asia, Sunseap said.
Persons: Thomas White, Singapore's, Sunseap, Roslan Khasawneh, Christopher Cushing Organizations: REUTERS, Singapore's Sunseap, Singapore, Sumitomo Corp, Samsung, T Corp, Oriens Asset Management, Inc, Durapower Group, PT Agung, Thomson Locations: Singapore, Thomas White SINGAPORE, Riau, Indonesia, Southeast Asia
Indonesia, U.S. call on G20 to plan pandemic prevention system
  + stars: | 2021-10-26 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +2 min
JAKARTA, Oct 26 (Reuters) - The United States and Indonesia on Tuesday called for the launch of a forum to prepare for future pandemics, urging members of the Group of 20 leading economies to seize an opportunity this month to plan for an international response system. "We have all personally grappled with the deep human and economic cost brought on by this borderless, unforgiving pandemic. The United States and Indonesia, which have similar size populations, have been among the worst affected in their respective regions. The G20 includes the United States, Japan, Britain, Russia, Brazil, China, Germany, Canada, Australia and South Korea, among others. It called for greater inclusiveness and less bureaucracy and said a joint response was critical for poorer counties that lack resources to respond fast, including with vaccinations.
Persons: Janet Yellen, Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Martin Petty, James Pearson Organizations: Treasury, Indonesian Finance, World Health Organization, Thomson Locations: JAKARTA, United States, Indonesia, Rome, Japan, Britain, Russia, Brazil, China, Germany, Canada, Australia, South Korea
FILE PHOTO: The logo for Citibank is seen on the trading floor at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., August 3, 2021. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly/File Photo(Reuters) -Citigroup Inc on Monday warned of significant charges related to the closing of its consumer banking business in South Korea, months after announcing its exit from 13 markets across Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa. The charges will largely comprise payouts to employees related to voluntary termination benefits, discussions for which have already started with employee unions, Citigroup said, adding the charges will be spread across till the end of 2023. The bank said it was, however, unable to estimate the charge it will take. Besides South Korea, the bank will also divest its retail banking arms in Australia, Bahrain, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Poland, Russia, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam, it said in April.
Persons: Andrew Kelly, Jane Fraser’s Organizations: Citibank, New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Citigroup Inc, Citigroup Locations: Manhattan , New York City, U.S, South Korea, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Australia, Bahrain, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Poland, Russia, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam
Philippine stocks fell 1% to lead losses, followed by Thailand, while equities in Singapore, Taiwan and Malaysia traded flat to slightly higher. Market watchers worried that new curbs could be imposed in the country, which could see economic growth and trade with its Asian partners slow. Singapore's dollar and the South Korean won firmed 0.2% and 0.7%, respectively, while most other Asian currencies were tepid. The Thai baht rallied 0.8% to hit its highest since Sept. 16 after the trade- and tourism-reliant economy announced rules for its quarantine-free reopening to visitors from 45 countries. This comes after confidence in the Thai economy had waned due to collapse of its tourism sector as exports also struggled after the pandemic, with the baht becoming Asia's worst-performing currency this year.
Persons: Anushka Trivedi, Yeap, Rong, , Sherry Jacob, Phillips Organizations: Sunday, South Korean, Ayala Land Inc, Aboitiz Equity Ventures Inc, FX Locations: Thailand, China, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, Philippines, Korea, Asia, Japan, India, Indonesia, Bengaluru
The G20 group of large economies recognized carbon pricing for the first time as a possible tool at a meeting in Venice in Italy this year. read moreThe International Monetary Fund has recommended a global average carbon price of $75 per tonne by the end of the decade. "We also need to recognize that carbon pricing in itself is no silver bullet." Reuters poll graphic on global minimum average carbon priceThe top three largest emitters - China, the United States and India - account for approximately half of global carbon emissions today. read moreEven the European Union, at the forefront of reducing carbon emissions, has set the carbon price at a little more than half the poll's recommendation.
Persons: Ernest Scheyder, Patrick Saner, Julien Holtz, Charles Kolstad, Jon Stenning, Swathi Nair, Prerana Bhat, Hari Kishan, Mumal Rathore, Ross Finley, Hugh Lawson Organizations: NRG Energy, REUTERS, Monetary Fund, Swiss, Reuters, International Energy Agency, IMF, Pictet Wealth Management, European Union, EU, Trading, Stanford University, Thomson Locations: Thomspsons , Texas, U.S, Ernest Scheyder BENGALURU, Paris, Venice, Italy, Glasgow, Brazil, India, Indonesia, China, United States, Cambridge
One of Exxon's key projects is to build CCS hubs in Southeast Asia, similar to one being built in Houston, Texas, ExxonMobil Low Carbon Solutions President Joe Blommaert told Reuters. Melbourne-based Global CCS Institute said in October that global plans to build CCS projects surged 50% over the last nine months. Southeast Asia's industrial CO2 emissions exceeded 4 billion tpy, Blommaert said, citing 2019 data from the International Energy Agency. However, Singapore does not have suitable CO2 storage sites, a recent CCS study commissioned by Singapore government showed. "If you have a very high concentration of carbon dioxide stream that will represent, possibly a lower cost (for CCS)," Blommaert said.
Persons: Loren Elliott, Joe Blommaert, Blommaert, we've, Florence Tan, Christina Bernadette, Sonali Paul, Sabrina Valle, Gary McWilliams, Lincoln Organizations: Exxon, REUTERS, Asia, Exxon Mobil Corp, ExxonMobil, Carbon, Reuters, CCS, International Energy Agency, Global CCS Institute, Singapore International Energy, Singapore Energy Centre, U.S, Saudi Aramco, Thomson Locations: Houston , Texas, U.S, China, India, Asia SINGAPORE, Asia, Southeast Asia, Melbourne, Europe, Gulf, Mexico, Houston, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia, China Fujian, Sinopec, Saudi, Jakarta
Malaysia, Indonesia, South Korea and Singapore shares traded flat to 0.2% higher, while Philippine stocks slipped 0.7%. Singapore's dollar and the South Korean won firmed 0.3% and 0.6%, respectively, while most other Asian currencies were tepid. Further investment clues for South Korea will come with third-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) data due on Tuesday. Asia's fourth-largest economy is expected to have expanded by 0.6% from the previous quarter on robust exports. Investor confidence in the Thai economy had waned due to collapse of its tourism sector as exports also struggled after the pandemic, with the baht becoming Asia's worst-performing currency this year.
Persons: Anushka Trivedi, Jun Rong, Asia's, Kenneth Maxwell Organizations: Sunday, South Korean, Ayala Land Inc, Aboitiz Equity Ventures Inc, FX Locations: Thailand, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, South Korea, Singapore, Philippines, Asia, Japan, India, Taiwan, Bengaluru
To figure that out, scientists at Climate Action Tracker, a research group, regularly scrutinize all the climate and energy policies that countries have enacted worldwide. (That’s a best estimate: the potential range is between 2.1 degrees and 3.9 degrees Celsius.) The United Nations will release its own analysis of global climate efforts Tuesday, though it has reached broadly similar conclusions in the past. Between 2000 and 2010, global emissions rose 3 percent per year on average. It’s not nearly enough for global emissions to peak in the next few years and then decline gradually.
Persons: , , Niklas Höhne, it’s, Trump, Jair Bolsonaro, Andrea Dutton, Biden, Höhne, “ We’re, Joeri Rogelj, Fatih Birol Organizations: United, World Bank, United Nations, NewClimate Institute, European Union, Ford, General Motors, International Energy Agency, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Grantham Institute, Climate, Environment, Imperial College London Locations: gigatonnes, Paris, Glasgow, United Nations, Pacific Northwest, Germany, China, Siberia, Turkey, California, India, Egypt, Indonesia, Brazil, Greenland, West Antarctica, United States, Mexico
To figure that out, scientists at Climate Action Tracker, a research group, regularly scrutinize all the climate and energy policies that countries have enacted worldwide. How Things ImprovedIn 2014, Climate Action Tracker estimated that the world was on track for nearly 4 degrees Celsius of warming by 2100, compared with preindustrial levels. (That’s a best estimate: the potential range is between 2.1 degrees and 3.9 degrees Celsius.) The United Nations will release its own analysis of global climate efforts Tuesday, though it has reached broadly similar conclusions in the past. It’s not nearly enough for global emissions to peak in the next few years and then decline gradually.
Persons: , , Niklas Höhne, it’s, Trump, Jair Bolsonaro, Andrea Dutton, Biden, Höhne, “ We’re, Joeri Rogelj, Fatih Birol Organizations: United, World Bank, United Nations, NewClimate Institute, European Union, Ford, General Motors, International Energy Agency, University of Wisconsin, Madison, World Resources Institute, The, Grantham Institute, Climate, Environment, Imperial College London Locations: gigatonnes, Paris, Glasgow, United Nations, Pacific Northwest, Germany, China, Siberia, Turkey, California, India, Egypt, Indonesia, Brazil, Greenland, West Antarctica, The United States, Mexico, United States
Urban issues expert John Rennie Short says cities aren't prepared for how quickly climate change is accelerating. Failure to adapt urban areas to climate change will put millions of people at risk. Extreme weather and long-term climate zone shiftsAs the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change shows in its latest report, released in August 2021, global climate change is widespread, rapid, and accelerating. Mitigating climate changeCities' responses to climate change fall into two broad categories: mitigating (reducing) emissions that drive climate change, and adapting to effects that can't be averted. Time is also a critical resource as the pace of climate change accelerates.
Persons: John Rennie Short, aren't, Short, midcentury, Julie Bargemen, Anne Lacaton, Jean, Phillipe Vassal Organizations: Service, Pritzker, European Union, European Commission Locations: Barcelona, San Francisco, Jakarta, Indonesia, Chicago, New Orleans, Hurricane, Dhaka, Bangladesh, Lagos, Nigeria, Manila, Philipines
(CNN) The sister of Halyna Hutchins, the cinematographer who was killed on the film set of "Rust," mourned her untimely death in an interview with the Kyiv Post on Friday. "I would've been lucky to do another movie with a person like that," said Lane Looper, a crew member on the "Rust" film set. The shooting occurred as the film crew was rehearsing a scene at the Bonanza Creek Ranch in New Mexico. "A prop gun is a gun that's been specifically manufactured for shooting blanks, not bullets. "Our entire alliance mourns this unspeakable loss with Halyna's family, friends, and the Rust crew," the union said in a statement.
Persons: Halyna Hutchins, Svetlana Androsovych, Androsovych, Hutchins, Alec Baldwin, Looper, David Halls, Baldwin, Joel Souza, Steve Wolf, Wolf, Maggie Goll, Dave, Hannah Gutierrez, " Gutierrez, Nicolas Cage, you'll, Rebecca Stair, wasn't, Stair, Jolynne Nieto, Nieto Organizations: CNN, Kyiv, Albuquerque Civic Plaza, Los Angeles Times, Rust Productions, Albuquerque Civic, IATSE, International Alliance, Employees Locations: Indonesia, New Mexico, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Albuquerque , New Mexico
Vans sneaker maker VF sales stumble on supply hurdles
  + stars: | 2021-10-22 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +2 min
FILE PHOTO: Shoes and backpack of Vans are seen in a shop window in Sao Paulo, Brazil August 29, 2019. Crocs Inc said on Thursday it plans to shift some of its production from Vietnam to China, Indonesia and Bosnia. The casual footwear maker had earlier planned on sourcing 70% of its production from Vietnam this year. The company’s total revenue rose 23% to $3.20 billion in the second quarter, compared with estimates of $3.50 billion, according to Refinitiv IBES. On an adjusted basis, VF earned $1.11 per share, missing estimates of $1.15 per share.
Persons: Patrasso, Cowen, Refinitiv IBES Organizations: Reuters, VF Corp, Vans, REUTERS, Nike Inc, Adidas AG, Nike, Crocs Locations: Vietnam, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Denver, China, Indonesia, Bosnia
The Stockholm-based company received correspondence from the U.S. Justice Department stating that the company had breached the agreement by failing to provide certain documents and information related to the settlement. Ericsson said it would continue to cooperate with the Justice Department and would have the opportunity to respond to the department’s letter. The company in 2019 entered into a deal with the Justice Department to resolve allegations of bribery that stretched between 2000 and 2016 that the agency said occurred in Djibouti, China, Vietnam, Kuwait and Indonesia. The Justice Department has occasionally issued public warnings about the consequences of violating the terms of a deferred prosecution agreement, but such breaches are rare. The letter to Ericsson comes after a senior Justice Department official earlier in October said that breaching such agreements could lead to punishment more severe than was originally agreed to.
Persons: Ericsson, , John Carlin, Dylan Tokar Organizations: Ericsson, U.S . Justice Department, Justice Department, Ericsson Egypt Ltd, U.S . Securities, Exchange Commission, The, Department, ” Ericsson, Huawei Technologies Co, Huawei Locations: Swedish, Stockholm, Djibouti, China, Vietnam, Kuwait, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia
China, Jakarta, South Korea and Singapore equities all opened lower but later rose between 0.1% to 0.4%, while Malaysia shares trimmed some losses. "Evergrande's reported bond coupon payment is a positive development towards supporting market sentiment for the immediate term," said Han Tan, chief market strategist at Exinity. "But market participants still have major concerns to contend with, including the energy crises in major economies and 'stagflation' risks," he added. Indonesian shares hovered below record highs as signs that Southeast Asia's largest economy was rebounding soundly from a devastating COVID-19 wave boosted investor confidence. Thai financial markets were shut for a holiday.
Persons: Anushka Trivedi, Evergrande's, Han Tan, Yeap Jun Rong, Kim Coghill Organizations: China Evergrande Group, Reuters, Shanghai bourse, Singapore's Straits Times, Malaysian, Singapore's, Sembcorp Industries, Thai Beverage PCL, FX Locations: Indonesia, Singapore, China, Jakarta, South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore's, Indonesian, Philippine, United States, Asia, Japan, India, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, Bengaluru
Qantas Airways Limited is the flag carrier of Australia and its largest airline by fleet size, international flights and international destinations. Qantas Airways said on Friday it would speed up plans to restart flights to many destinations and use some bigger planes amid "massive demand" for international flying as quarantine restrictions ease for Australian citizens. "There is massive demand for Australians wanting to see their family and relatives," he told reporters. "There is massive demand for loved ones wanting to get together for Christmas. Neighboring Victoria state, home to Australia's second-largest city Melbourne, on Friday announced a similar policy from Nov. 1, paving the way for Qantas to bring forward international flights from Melbourne as well.
Persons: , Alan Joyce, Joyce Organizations: Qantas, Boeing, Brisbane International Airport, Qantas Airways Limited, Airbus, Boeing Co, Qantas Airways, New, Jetstar Locations: Brisbane, Australia, New South Wales, Sydney, Neighboring Victoria, Melbourne, New Delhi, Singapore, Fiji, Johannesburg, Bangkok, Phuket, Indonesia, Bali, Christmas
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailThird Bridge sees winners emerging in Indonesia's digital banking sector over the next few yearsPatrick Stokvis of Third Bridge says there are currently "three camps" in Indonesia's digital banking industry.
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A woman works on tracksuits inspired by Netflix series "Squid Game" at a clothing factory in Seoul, South Korea, October 21, 2021. "October is usually a slow month for the sewing industry, but thanks to Squid Game and Halloween, we are scrambling to stitch," factory owner Kim jin-ja, 54, told Reuters. "(But) Squid Game, which has become a global sensation, has also made tracksuits popular domestically, leading to a flood of orders." A child's Squid Game tracksuit was selling for 30,000 won ($25.50) in Namdaemun Market, the country's largest traditional market where stock ranges from kitchenware to jewellery. Squid Game has been watched by 142 million households since its Sept. 17 debut, according to Netflix, the world's largest streaming service, helping it add 4.38 million new subscribers.
Persons: Kim Hong, Ji, Kim, Oh Byung, yeol, Lee Seung, 1,177.5700, Daewoung Kim, Sangmi Cha, Mark Heinrich Our Organizations: Netflix, REUTERS, Reuters, Textile Sewing, Seongbuk, Thomson Locations: Seoul, South Korea, Ji SEOUL, Korea, Korean, Seongbuk, Japan, China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Namdaemun
The simple design of Crocs' clogs makes them easy to make, its CEO said Thursday. The company reported blockbuster earnings this week, as casual dressing continues to prevail. This, he said, meant the company could cope when its factories in Vietnam closed amid rising COVID-19 infection rates. Rees said Thursday that most of the factories Crocs worked with in Vietnam were back up and running. Crocs reported another blockbuster quarter Thursday.
Persons: it's, Andrew Rees, Rees, Crocs Organizations: Service, Nike Locations: Vietnam, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, China, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Indonesia, California
Flags are seen outside the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) secretariat building, ahead of the ASEAN leaders' meeting in Jakarta, Indonesia, April 23, 2021. The junta's foreign ministry said in a press release that heads of state or government of Myanmar enjoyed equal and full rights to participate in summits of the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The next summit is due to take place on Oct. 26-28. The decision taken by ASEAN foreign ministers at an emergency meeting last Friday was an unusually bold step for the consensus-driven bloc, which traditionally favours a policy of engagement and non-interference. The junta said after the meeting that the decision went against ASEAN's longtime central principle of consensus.
Persons: Willy Kurniawan, John Geddie, Alex Richardson Organizations: Association of Southeast Asian Nations, ASEAN, REUTERS, ASEAN's, Thomson Locations: Jakarta, Indonesia, Myanmar
Experts in both the development and production of vaccines say the mRNA vaccines involve fewer steps, fewer ingredients and less physical capacity than traditional vaccines. Ten Candidates for mRNA Production The Times assessed 10 companies around the world that are strong candidates to manufacture mRNA vaccines. It already produces Covid vaccines for Oxford-AstraZeneca and Novavax, as well as other vaccines for the W.H.O. It already produces Covid vaccines for Oxford-AstraZeneca and Novavax, as well as other vaccines for the W.H.O. This argument over manufacturing Covid mRNA vaccines echoes one that was made two decades ago about treatments for H.I.V.
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For those who received the single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine, anyone 18 and older who was vaccinated two or more months ago is eligible. Image The approval of the mix-and-match approach for coronavirus vaccine booster shots left Americans with many questions. Booster doses of an mRNA vaccine (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna) seem to raise antibody levels higher than a booster dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. And recipients of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine should receive a booster shot at least two months after the first dose. People who have received two mRNA vaccine doses or a single Johnson & Johnson dose should still consider themselves fully vaccinated.
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