‘I don’t feel bad!’ | TV hosts GRILL Sydney man who lied to get FOUR COVID VACCINE SHOTS | 7NEWS

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “‘I don’t feel bad!’ | TV hosts GRILL Sydney man who lied to get FOUR COVID VACCINE SHOTS | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

A Sydney man has exposed a major flaw in Australia’s vaccine rollout which show him getting his first AstraZeneca jab and then the photo was taken after he got his first Pfizer jab, managing to get TWO doses of both the Astrazeneca AND the Pfizer vaccine, while many Australians can’t even get one. Tom Lee is 34 years old.. and says he simply got both jabs.. because he could. And he has the vaccine certificate to prove it.. getting his first AstraZeneca shot on March 31st.. and his second dose of Pfizer on Monday this week.

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