JAKARTA: Indonesia is set to roll out Covid-19 vaccinations for children under six starting in the second quarter this year, the country's health ministry announced on Saturday.

"We've already calculated how many children aged six years old and below who need the vaccines and when the vaccines can be sent to Indonesia. Based on that, we estimate that the jabs can start in the second quarter," spokesman of Indonesia's health ministry, Siti Nadia Tarmizi, told reporters in Jakarta.

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