A woman waits to be vaccinated in Singapore. The vaccination rate rose after the government announced segregration measures against the unvaccinated, but some people felt they had been pressured to get jabbed, and others still hold out. Photo: AFP
A woman waits to be vaccinated in Singapore. The vaccination rate rose after the government announced segregration measures against the unvaccinated, but some people felt they had been pressured to get jabbed, and others still hold out. Photo: AFP
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Singaporeans, whether vaccinated or refusing to be jabbed, feel a social divide over coronavirus

  • A mother-of-two who had held off against getting vaccinated ‘felt like a social outcast’ when Singapore announced segregation measures for the unvaccinated
  • She got jabbed, but a breastfeeding mother has not and says ‘If people want to judge me, it’s on them’. A vaccinated woman laments the division over jabs

A woman waits to be vaccinated in Singapore. The vaccination rate rose after the government announced segregration measures against the unvaccinated, but some people felt they had been pressured to get jabbed, and others still hold out. Photo: AFP
A woman waits to be vaccinated in Singapore. The vaccination rate rose after the government announced segregration measures against the unvaccinated, but some people felt they had been pressured to get jabbed, and others still hold out. Photo: AFP
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