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MAN ALLEGEDLY TRIED TO BRIBE NURSE TO RECORD THAT HE RECEIVED 2ND VACCINE DOSE

Kelvin Tan Li Ming, 34-years-old, was charged earlier today with attempting to bribe a nurse to falsely record that he had gotten his 2nd jab of the vaccine.

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He is being accused of offering $50 to a nurse at a Choa Chu Kang inoculation centre to indicate in the healthcare system that he had received his 2nd Pfizer-BoNTech vaccine jab.

The CPIB said that the nurse rejected his offer, although it wasn’t revealed how they came to know of the case.

Tan is intending to contest the charge and his case is scheduled for a pre-trial conference on 17 February.

He faces a fine of up to $100,000 and a jail term of up to 5 years if he is convicted.

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