DPM should not empower anti-vaxxers

Zan Azlee

Modified 7 Mar 2019, 11:04 pm

COMMENT | Something very disturbing came from the Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah Ismail recently. But then again, ever since she took office, there have been a number of disturbing statements that she has made. A couple of days ago, she said that it is the choice of parents whether they wanted their children vaccinated or not.

She being a mother and a medical doctor, I’m sure her statement will come as a shock to many logical and rational people out there. Who, in their right minds, would put their children’s lives at risk by not vaccinating them aside from weird and perverted cult followers whom we clearly label as the “anti-vaxxers”?

All these years I had always thought that it ... 

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