Chinese vaccines meant for Indonesian prison stolen and sold to public – South China Morning Post

Chinese vaccines meant for Indonesian prison stolen and sold to public – South China Morning Post
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Four people have been arrested on suspicion of stealing Covid-19 vaccines meant for the inmates and staff of an Indonesian prison and selling them on to members of the public.

The three civil servants and a property agent, arrested on May 21, had resold 1,085 of the Chinese-made Sinovac vaccines at 250,000 Indonesian rupiah (US$17) each, according to police.

Two of the suspects, identified only as IW and KS, who were working as doctors at Tanjung Gusta Prison in Medan and the North Sumatra…Read More

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