By S. Harrish
SARAWAKIANS have been urged to have faith in the Covid-19 vaccine and not to listen to rumours that can lead to fake news being spread.
DAP Serian chief Brolin Nicholsion said when in doubt, people should consult doctors, if they needed to know more about the vaccines.
He said some people were doubting if the vaccine was safe and on its side effects.
“All the vaccines have been assessed by WHO prior to its implementation,” he said in a statement.
He said there were various ways for the assessment such as early-age data, ideal efficacy, the potential side effects or adverse events. Brolin explained that WHO has very stringent tests, including more than 300 questions for the vaccine manufacturers to answer.
“This is to make sure we get the best, the safest and potentially the most effective vaccines when it reaches our hands,” he added.
Therefore, he urged people in the rural areas especially Serian, to have faith in the vaccines and get vaccinated.
You can register to be vaccinated by register to your local Ketua Kampung, via MySejahtera, or visit vaksincovid.gov.my.