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Volunteers accused of 'selling vaccination appointments', CITF lodges report

Some volunteers at a vaccination centre in Sabah are accused of selling appointment slots for those wanting to jump the queue.

According to a source, these volunteers, sourced from the state-coordinated Malaysian Vaccine Support Volunteers (MyVAC), were charging RM100 per person for a back-door channel to the vaccines.

In at least two cases, the volunteers had slipped names at the top of the vaccine centre's waitlist, maintained in the event of a no-show, the source alleged.

When someone who was scheduled to attend that day did not show up, those listed on the informal waitlist will be contacted by the vaccination staff to take up the vaccines...

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