Anti-vaxxers turn vaccine advocates in Malaysia after brush with Covid-19

Malaysia will have enough vaccines to inoculate almost 83 per cent of the population. PHOTO: REUTERS
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KUALA LUMPUR - For many years, Madam Nor Aisyah Amin opposed vaccinations due to her religious beliefs.

She said she believed that eating "sunnah food" - superfoods that were loved by the Prophet Muhammad - was enough to fight health threats.

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