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Man takes coronavirus vaccine 17 times so that anti-vaxxers could get Covid vaccine passes

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An Indonesian man took Covid vaccine 17 times in place of anti-vaxxers who didn’t want to take the vaccine but wanted Covid vaccine passes.

Indonesian Police are currently investigating the case of self-proclaimed “vaccine jockey” Abdul Rahim who claims he was paid £40 for each shot he took on behalf of others.

In Indonesia, you need a vaccine certificate to enter bars, cafes and shopping centres.

The MailOnline reports that Rahim from Pinrang, on the island of Sulawesi, boasted of his efforts in a video clip and even claimed he had received three shots in one day.

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Police have reportedly found the people suspected of paying Rahim and are considering charges against him too under their Infectious Diseases Law.

If convicted, he could face a year in prison for hindering ‘the implementation of pandemic control.’

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