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Covid-19 crisis: Get vaccinated at own risk, says Pak's health minister

There were side effects related to the Covid-19 vaccine, which she also claimed caused "deaths in some countries.

Coronavirus Vaccine | Pakistan


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Health Minister of Pakistan's Punjab Yasmin Rashid has warned people to get vaccinated at their own risk even as Prime Minister Imran Khan boasted of having received coronavirus vaccines from China, news agency ANI reported.

According to a report by The News International, Rashid advised people to vaccinate at their "own risk", saying there were side effects related to the Covid-19 vaccine, which she also claimed caused “deaths in some countries.”

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First Published: Thu, February 04 2021. 01:58 IST