Not yet time to consider making Covid-19 vaccination mandatory: Ong Ye Kung

Not yet time to consider making Covid-19 vaccine mandatory: Ong Ye Kung

26/7/2021 4:49:00 PM

Not yet time to consider making Covid-19 vaccine mandatory: Ong Ye Kung

SINGAPORE — It is not yet time for the Government to think about making Covid-19 jabs mandatory as they are being rolled out under emergency authorisation, though perhaps it is a policy that “governments around the world will have to consider” when Covid-19 becomes endemic, Health Minister Ong Ye Kung said on Monday (July 26).

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Hahhaha if one needs to attend a wedding, funeral, traveling, etc, needs to be vaccinated, it's already compulsory without saying it or not, the gov dnt have to say compulsory...all participation in groups is now mandatory to be vaccinated. Mandatory subtly Never and ever! How can we be forced to take experimental vaccines!

It is still experimental!

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