Did A Police Officer Die From Second Vaccine Dose?

Did A Police Officer Die From Second Vaccine Dose?

Did a police officer die from complications of his second COVID-19 vaccine dose?

Find out what’s the latest viral post, and what the FACTS really are!

 

Claim : Gerik Police Officer Died From Second Vaccine Dose!

People have been sharing a post on Facebook and WhatsApp, which includes a screenshot of what appears to be an internal police notification. Here is our English translation :

Gerik today acknowledged yet another death involving a police officer. Complications from second vaccine dose injection. Condolences. May the deceased’s family’s welfare be taken care of.

HOSPITAL REPORT
GERIK POLICE STATION PERSONNEL

Name : Corporal 113854 Rakmin B. Yusoff
Age : 58 Years Old
Place of Duty : Lawin Police Booth, Gerik
Ward : Emergency Ward, Gerik Hospital
Illness : Complications from second vaccine dose injection
Date of admission to emergency unit : 3 April 2021 at 1245 hours

Photo Credit : The Star

 

Did A Police Officer Die From Second Vaccine Dose? NO!

This is yet another piece of fake news that is being spread to scare people into not vaccinating against COVID-19.

Here is what we know about this case…

Fact #1 : The Police Officer Did NOT Die

According to Perak Chief of Police, Datuk Mior Faridalathrash Wahid, the police officer did not die. In fact, he’s currently awake and in a stable condition.

Fact #2 : The Police Officer Had A Heart Attack

The Gerik District Police explained that the police officer was admitted to the Gerik Hospital for a heart attack.

The Perak State Health Director, Dato’ Dr. Ding Lay Ming, further explained that the police officer received his second dose of the Pfizer vaccine on 3 March 2021 at 9 AM, and left after 30 minutes of observation.

In the afternoon of the same day, he experienced felt sick and was given early treatment at the Gerik Hospital, before being transferred to the Cardiac Care Unit in the Taiping Hospital.

He was found to have had a myocardial infarct (heart attack), but is currently in a stable condition. He will be referred to IJN (National Heart Institute) for further treatment.

Fact #3 : COVID-19 Fake News Is Punishable By Fines And/Or Jail Time!

Perak Chief of Police, Datuk Mior Faridalathrash Wahid, said that the police will take action against the owner of the Junaidah June Facebook account, which posted this fake news.

From 12 March 2021 onwards, fake news regarding COVID-19 and the Emergency proclamation is punishable by fines of up to RM 100,000 and/or up to 3 years imprisonment!

Recommended : Malaysia : Up to RM500K Fine + 6 Year Jail For Fake News!

 

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