Vaccination not mandatory


Partitioned for safety: Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin with Cabinet ministers and other MPs attending the Parliament meeting. — Bernama

THE Health Ministry will not use legal means to ensure mandatory vaccination for children in Malaysia.

A task force was formed last year to look into all aspects of ensuring mandatory vaccination for children, said the ministry in a written reply.

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