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Singapore

A healthcare worker prepares a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at a vaccination center in Singapore on April 21, 2021. (Photo: Marcus Mark Ramos)

SINGAPORE: The Ministry of Health (MOH) announced on Thursday (December 30th) that a blackened police report was leaked online claiming a teenage boy was in October after receiving it of his COVID-19 vaccine.

“The allegation is that the teenager died of a COVID-19 vaccination. She is led by Dr. Paul Yang filed, who spoke out against vaccinations, “the ministry said in a Facebook post.

The case was referred to the coroner and an autopsy was performed. Further tests after the autopsy will also be performed.

“Until the cause of death is determined, the public should not spread unsubstantiated speculation about the cause of death,” MOH said.

When asked by the CNA, police said they were on On October 13, attention was drawn to the death of an 18-year-old man.

MOH said in his post that Singapore only uses vaccines that meet the guidelines of the World Health Organization. These have been rated safe and effective by both the Health Sciences Authority and the COVID-19 Immunization Expert Committee, she added.

There are also measures to keep people safe before, during and after vaccination the ministry said. “We encourage the public to continue to support vaccinations as an important response to the COVID-19 pandemic,” MOH said, adding that the latest information on COVID-19 and vaccinations is below www.moh.gov.sg.

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