Woman gives up care of children to former husband after side effects from Covid-19 jab

She consented to his court bid to switch care and control of their children to him and relocate them abroad. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Serious side effects after her second Covid-19 jab early last year led a woman to consent to her ex-spouse's court bid to switch care and control of their children to him and relocate them abroad.

In this rare case, her medical condition left her warded for some seven months and caused her to then be placed on prolonged illness leave by her employer for almost a year.

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