Vaccinating Asia: MCI officers create skits, dances on TikTok to debunk Covid-19 myths

The TikTok channel posts short-form videos carrying messages that can benefit and inform viewers. PHOTOS: GOV.SG/TIKTOK
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SINGAPORE - In February, the TikTok channel, set up in April last year, posted a video in response to a comment from a TikTok user who claimed that 29 elderly people had died in Norway because of side effects from the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.

The short video, set to catchy background music, says the World Health Organisation and the Norwegian authorities have found no evidence that this was the case.

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