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3 people arrested for allegedly selling COVID-19 vaccines
Jun 24, 2021
KL police nabbed three people during a raid, after they allegedly tried to sell COVID-19 vaccines.
According to initial investigations, the suspects had called people at random, to offer two doses of the vaccine for RM420.
Cops add that authorities have not given permission to any party to sell the vaccines.
Day 2 of over 250 thousand COVID-19 vaccinations
More than 6 and a half million COVID-19 doses have now been administered under the National Immunisation Program.
Over 252,000 people were given the shot yesterday, which is a new record for daily vaccinations.
It's also the second consecutive day that daily vaccinations passed the quarter of a million mark.
5,841 new COVID-19 cases today
Malaysia reported a rise in new COVID-19 infections, with 5,841 cases today.
The Health Ministry detected 2,072 cases in Selangor alone.
Negeri Sembilan had the second most infections, while Sarawak and KL recorded over 500 cases each.
Meanwhile, the death toll rose to 4,721 after 84 patients succumbed to the virus.
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