An 84-year-old man from Bihar has claimed that he took the COVID-19 vaccine 11 times. State health branch officers have launched a probe into the problem. Brahmadeo Mandal, hailing from Madhepura district, was stuck earlier than he should have taken his 12th shot at a local primary fitness centre. Mandal pulled this off by way of presenting exceptional identification cards and mobile phone numbers of his household to fitness care people. Mandal claimed that he had now not only turned into the vaccine a "first-rate thing" that had been added by the authorities, but additionally, that he felt better each time he took the shot. He claims to be a retired postal branch worker. According to him, he was vaccinated once every month in February, March, May, June, July, and August. In September, he was given the vaccine three times.
Mandal used his Aadhar card, voter identification card, and other documents to get vaccinated more than once. He stated that he provided his Aadhar card and cell phone range to get jabbed eight times, and his voter ID card and his wife’s cell phone range three times. The civil medical professional of Madhepura, Dr. Amrendra Pratap Shahi, said, "I actually have already ordered an inquiry to discover the fact." The probe will discover how the person in query managed to get so many photographs of the Covid vaccines. "
This isn't the first time that an abnormal occurrence has transpired in regard to COVID-19 vaccines. While there have been multiple reports of people refusing to take the jab and going to severe lengths to keep away from it, some instances of faking certificates have also emerged. In December 2021, Karpi network fitness centre in Bihar’s Arwal district uploaded a list of Covid-19 vaccinated human beings, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, Congress President Sonia Gandhi, and actors Akshay Kumar and Priyanka Chopra, on their portal, consistent. They glaringly had no longer gotten vaccinated in Bihar. Videos of the obtrusive blunder went viral, and two PC operators were suspended. The neighborhood management ordered an investigation into the facts of the fraud. RJD Arwal published pictures of the lists on Twitter.