Injecting change to combat the infodemic

As the anti-vaccination movement continues to grow on social media, experts shed light on what it takes to convince anti-vaxxers to change their minds. —

A business owner who only wants to be known as Najib recalls feeling upset when his father refused to be signed up for vaccination under the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme.

His father, who is in his 50s, was largely influenced by anti-vaccination or anti-vax content posted by others on social media.

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