A health care worker prepares a dose of Covid-19 vaccine in Indonesia. Photo: EPA
A health care worker prepares a dose of Covid-19 vaccine in Indonesia. Photo: EPA

Indonesian man’s claim of 14 extra vaccine shots spotlights hesitancy problem as many refuse to roll up sleeves

  • The man in Sulawesi, who claimed to be double-jabbed, said he was paid US$7-US$56 for each of the 14 vaccine shots he received on behalf of others.
  • Vaccine hesitancy and logistics issues means less than half the population has been double jabbed. Indonesia reported its first local Omicron variant case on Tuesday.

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A health care worker prepares a dose of Covid-19 vaccine in Indonesia. Photo: EPA
A health care worker prepares a dose of Covid-19 vaccine in Indonesia. Photo: EPA
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