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Vaccine Recipients Not Allowed To Record Injection Process As It Might “Slow Things Down”

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This post first appeared on WORLD OF BUZZ.

Recently, there have been several incidents of people receiving empty vaccines, which has led to many others wanting to record their vaccination process just in case the same thing happens to them.

However, the government has not been able to meet the demand of allowing vaccine recipients to take photos or videos at vaccination centres (PPV) as it might disrupt the smooth flow of the vaccination process, reported Kosmo.

Deputy Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Datuk Ahmad Amzad Hashim said that allowing vaccine recipients to record the process might slow things down at PPVs.

“So far, we do not allow (video and photo taking) because we do not want the vaccination process in PPV to be slow,” he said.

“However, recipients of the Covid-19 vaccine are encouraged to ask PPV staff to

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Li Li Choong
13 hours ago
Actually some comments are very true. I trust the people there to help rakyat. I didn't even checked. Now I have been wondering if you have given me an empty one too
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Li Li Choong
14 hours ago
Then problem of empty syringe 💉 How you solve?

14 hours ago
Denial should not be the response to get long term credibility. Get the culprits to pay for the wrong done. The nation and the king are in crisis
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Bc Quah
16 hours ago
The Govt has something to hide, why no transparency, what is the harm to have a witness and video tape the vaccination. The who inject with empty syringes should be charged for attempted murder.
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Alfa Romeo
17 hours ago
Malusia is the only country in the world with this kind of story, injecting people with AIR to fight Covid-19.
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