Malaysia’s ‘empty syringe’ incidents may fuel Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy, experts say

Malaysia’s Health Minister Adham Baba on Tuesday said residents who received improperly administered Covid-19 vaccine shots would be called in for a fresh dose, as observers warned that reports of such impropriety would further fuel vaccine hestitancy.The minister’s brief comments to the Berita Harian newspaper follow intense discussions on social media over videos purportedly showing staff at vaccination centres administering jabs with empty syringes.On Monday, the country’s Covid-19…


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