Covid-19 vaccinations are almost here, but honestly, most of us don’t exactly know what’s in those tiny bottles. It’s a valid question, especially if you’re concerned about the various ingredients being used which could be against your belief or practice.
This particular concern has been an ongoing debate within the Muslim community and now that the vaccinations will be free for all; it’s only a matter of time.
The Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS) has now taken a position on the matter by stating that it’s permitted for Muslims to use.
MUIS further clarifies its decision of taking the vaccinations as a basic need like food and shelter.
You can find MUIS statement by clicking here.