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(Video) Remember These 3 Things You Shouldn’t Do After Completed Your Vaccine!

COVID-19 vaccines were developed using science that has been around for decades and the vaccines are definitely not experimental. Extensive testing and monitoring have shown that these vaccines are safe and effective. They can keep you from getting and spreading the virus that causes this deadly COVID-19. It would also help keep you from getting seriously ill even if you do get COVID-19. Getting vaccinated yourself may also protect people around you.

Nowadays, people love to share information about their vaccination process on their social media. Sometimes, they might have not noticed that they have exposed their own personal information that other people should not know publicly. This is indeed a very dangerous thing to do. Always be careful on what you are posting on social media. For those who might not know, these are the 3 important things that shouldn’t be done after completed the vaccine dose.

@dayanakemeskyDon’t do this when you completed your vaccine 🤦🏻‍♀️⚠️ ##techtok ##jombelajar ##tiktokguru ##learnontiktok ##cybersecurity♬ follow me on twitch LCH242 – lloyd🎯
  1. Never ever ever show and expose your own MySejahtera status for everyone to see and know.
  2. Do not upload you vaccine digital certificate.
  3. You should not once show your own IC and also vaccine batch number to the world.

Sources: TikTok dayanakemesky.

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