Minister in-charge for vaccination Khairy Jamaluddin has denied allegations of illegal sales of vaccine doses. Khairy Jamaluddin said that there are no solid evidences behind the allegations. He said that only one such case —- where an empty vaccine was administered —- was found because of hospital staff’s negligence, but rest all the allegations have no strong proofs. Khairy Jamaluddin also apologised to those who had recently received empty jab—that was occurred in Kedah.
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Khairy Jamaluddin, who is also the Coordinating Minister of the National COVID-19 Immunisation Programme, said that a total of 13 police reports have been lodged on the issue of empty vaccine injections as alleged by some parties previously, but only one has sufficient evidence regarding this.
It happened because of the ‘human error’, and disciplinary action will be taken against the staff.
“There is an investigation made by the vaccine sales syndicate, the police have informed that so far there is nothing to do with the empty injection case with the sale of vaccines,” he said.