MACC dismisses rumours of bribery at Shah Alam vaccination centre

MACC: No such thing

 SHAH ALAM: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has dispelled rumours of alleged bribery at the Midlands Convention Centre vaccination centre (PPV).

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In a statement today, it said that there was no substantial proof to show that the doorman had asked for RM80 in bribes from those wanting to get jabbed.

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“Based upon the information from our intelligence team, we found that the alleged incident did not take place at the Shah Alam Convention Centre (SACC), as claimed in a viral video.

“We also discovered that the long queue was caused by foreign workers who wanted to try getting the vaccine despite not having an appointment.”

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However, MACC acknowledged that there were glaring problems with the Midlands PPV’s system since it was made as an Industrial Workers Vaccine Program Center (PPVIN) under the Covid-19 Public-Private Partnership Industrial Immunization Program (PIKAS).

It also advised the public to lodge a formal complaint to any of its offices instead of sharing it on social media.

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