Experts: Covid-19 vaccines administered in Singapore will not alter a person's DNA and are safe


There are untrue reports and social media posts claiming that some Covid-19 vaccines can affect a person's DNA. - The Straits Times/ANN

SINGAPORE, Feb 27 (The Straits Times/ANN): Covid-19 vaccines administered here will not alter a person's genetic make-up and are safe, said an expert panel, as it urged people to get jabbed, given the importance of the vaccination drive in addressing Singapore's pandemic situation.

The wide-ranging panel discussion on Saturday (Feb 27), organised by a charity, the Sree Narayana Mission, was attended by 120 Indian community leaders and MP for Sembawang GRC Vikram Nair.

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