MELAKA: Melaka’s top detective Asst Comm Mohd Sukri Kaman (pic) said he returned to work shortly after taking his Pfizer-BioNTech jab without feeling any fatigue or dizziness.
“I felt upbeat and nothing like (how it's described in) messages being spread on social media to scare people.
“I am back at the office, feeling normal, ” he said when interviewed on Tuesday (March 2)
The Melaka CID chief was among 1,037 individuals in the state to be vaccinated on Tuesday.
Earlier, Chief Minister Datuk Seri Sulaiman Md Ali also shared his experience after getting the vaccination at Dewan Seri Negeri here.
“It felt like normal, it’s just a small needle, ” Sulaiman said after receiving his vaccination.
He said there were three phases of vaccinations in the state.
The first, Sulaiman said, is for 12,870 frontliners; the second for 250,000 senior citizens; and the final batch is for citizens above 18 as well as foreigners.
The target group for the third session is estimated to be about 400,000 individuals.
Meanwhile, Kesidang assemblyman Allex Seah Shoo Chin also shared his experience of getting vaccinated, saying he felt normal after the jab.