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MAN ALLEGEDLY TRIED TO BRIBE NURSE WITH $50 TO RECORD HIS VACCINATION WITHOUT JAB

35-year-old Kelvin Tan Li Ming allegedly tried to bribe a nurse at Choa Chu Kang Community Club with $50 to record him as vaccinated without jabbing him with the 2nd Covid-19 vaccination jab.

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He is facing the possibility of 5 years imprisonment upon conviction, as well as a fine of up to $100,000 on top of that.

What happened?

A part time vaccination nurse, Eunice Lee En Hui, was employed by Homage Home Care to provide Pfizer jabs to patients at the Healthway Vaccination Centre at Choa Chu Kang Community Club.

She met Tan on 26 October 2021 at the vaccination hall, and saw that he had already received his first dose of the vaccine after checking his records in the system.

While verifying his details, Tan allegedly asked Lee if he could pay her $50 for her to record that he had been jabbed, when he wasn’t.

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She rejected his offer and asked him why he didn’t want to be jabbed, and Tan allegedly said that he didn’t believe in the pandemic and claimed that Singapore brought in the vaccines for the economy.

Tan allegedly also asked her what would happen if he gave her more money, and that he was getting vaccinated because of his job requirements.

Lee then refused him again, citing her medical license and her integrity, which she said what “very important” after Tan told her that it wasn’t important.

Lee then kept the vial of vaccine because she was afraid Tan would use it as a weapon, and told her manager about the incident.

A police report was then filed against Tan.

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