Take stern action against buyers of fake vaxx certs, says Malaysian film director Shahrulezad Mohameddin


Shahrulezad Mohameddin said that action should be taken for those caught with forged certificates as it endangers the safety of others. Photo: Shahrulezad Mohameddin/Instagram

Malaysian director Shahrulezad Mohameddin wants the MySejahtera app to be updated after hearing rumours of people in the filming industry opting for fake vaccination certificates.

A recent case in Perak where virus spread within a set due to staff allegedly violating SOP, sparked concerns within the industry of crew members not taking the pandemic seriously.

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