Malaysian Doctor Issues Apology for Encouraging COVID Vaccination

Dr. Syafiq Nordin, a restorative medicine doctor from Malaysia, has issued a sincere apology to his followers for his role in administering the COVID-19 shots.

In a viral Facebook post, he expressed regret for the mistakes he made in providing medical advice, particularly regarding COVID-19, before meeting Dr. Razin Jaafar. Dr. Nordin admitted that the administration of the vaccine was seen as the best solution at the time, and he was involved in giving medical advice and receiving three Pfizer vaccines himself.

He acknowledged that it was impossible for him to identify everyone he had given advice to and apologized to those who came to him during the mass COVID-vaccination season. Dr. Nordin pledged to provide more holistic medical advice in line with the Restorative sciences brought by Dr. Razin. His Facebook post has garnered significant attention, with numerous likes, comments, and shares.

Dr. Nordin joins a growing list of medical professionals, including Dr. Drew, Dr. Aseem Malhotra, Dr. John Campbell, and Prof. Angus Dalgleish, who have had a change of heart about the COVID-19 shots and are no longer denying the truth. The comments on Dr. Nordin’s post reflect a mix of support and gratitude for his honesty and bravery in admitting his mistakes. Some commenters share personal experiences with the vaccine, both positive and negative, while others express hope that more doctors will come forward to raise awareness about potential issues. Overall, Dr. Nordin’s apology has sparked a discussion about the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines among Malaysian citizens.

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By Kate Stephenson
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