Muscat: Ministry of Health denies rumour on Covid-19 vaccine available for sale in Rustaq
In a statement the Ministry of Health confirmed that what is circulating on social media about the presence of doses of vaccines in an individual is untrue. The ministry said it reserved the right to legal prosecution of those who made such allegations, added in the statement MOH
Social media pioneers shared pictures containing writings about the availability of the Pfizer vaccine for sale at about OMR 12 in Rustaq.
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