Marlon Tommy says he is sorry about Covid/tetanus vaccine mix-up
Marlon Tommy, the man in a near two-minute video who claimed that he was given a COVID19 vaccine without his permission, has apologised.
In a 40 second video, Tommy said he apologised for “the mishap concerning the video [that ] was posted on Facebook and to the staff of the Stubbs polyclinic. That was a mishap on my behalf,” Tommy said in the new video published by News784 yesterday.
“I check the card and the card is saying that is a tetanus injection I got,” he acknowledged.
Tommy however said that what was puzzling “is that the paper she gave me yesterday where it saying that what expected after getting a covid19 vaccine, that’s what puzzled my yesterday, and that’s what caused me to make the video also,” Tommy said.
Minister of Health St Clair Prince said the paper was given to Tommy so he could be made aware of what can happen after receiving a vaccine.