Push to get Singapore seniors vaccinated

In Bukit Merah, a Residents' Committee staff makes it a point to inform elderly residents about the daily Covid-19 cases and deaths.- ST

SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Since the roll out of the national vaccination programme, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) physician Ren Xiao Ling has been dispensing free advice on Covid-19 safe management measures and vaccinations.

Most of the patients at the Xi Jing TCM Clinic in Bedok North Ave 2 are seniors, said Ren, who estimated that about 50 per cent are not fully vaccinated.

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