Dr Jipson Quah of Wan Medical Clinic: Investigated for falsifying Covid-19 vaccine records, ART results

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Iris Koh, founder of Healing the Divide group, and a doctor and his assistant, arrested over alleged scheme to submit false vaccination status

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Healing The Divide co-founder Iris Koh accused of conspiring to submit false COVID vax status

Nicholas Yong·Assistant News EditorSun, 23 January 2022, 12:51 pm·3-min read

SINGAPORE — Iris Koh, the controversial 46-year-old co-founder of anti-vaccination group Healing The Divide, and two men have been accused of conspiring to submit false vaccination status to the Ministry of Health (MOH).

Dr Jipson Quah, 33, and Thomas Chua, 40, were each charged on Friday (21 January) with an offence of abetment by conspiracy to cheat. Koh was charged on Sunday with an offence of criminal conspiracy to cheat.

All three have been remanded for further investigations.

The offences of abetment by conspiracy to cheat and criminal conspiracy to cheat are both punishable with imprisonment for a term of up to three years, or a fine, or both.

A further eight persons are under investigation for their suspected involvement in this conspiracy.

https://sg.news.yahoo.com/healing-divide-iris-koh-men-charged-covid-vax-045142270.html

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Wallace Woon Published 9 Hours Ago

SINGAPORE – The Ministry of Health (MOH) is investigating a doctor at Wan Medical Clinic in Bedok for falsifying Covid-19 vaccination records, and is suspending four clinics linked to him.

It is also investigating the clinic for allegedly offering “remote” antigen rapid test (ART) pre-event testing, in partnership with Iris Koh, the founder of anti-vaccine group Healing the Divide.

MOH said on Sunday (Jan 23) that it was looking into the clinic following anonymous feedback in December 2021.

The clinic was said to have allowed individuals to submit pre-recorded videos or photos showing them performing a self-administered pre-event ART. It would then upload a negative ART result for these individuals.

Under the Infectious Diseases (Antigen Rapid Test Providers) Regulations 2021, pre-event testing must be conducted in real time, in the presence of a registered medical practitioner or qualified self-administered test supervisor.

MOH also found that the clinic’s doctor, 33-year-old Jipson Quah, had allegedly falsified vaccination records for individuals who had not actually received the vaccine.

Quah did this by submitting false information to the National Immunisation Registry to indicate that Covid-19 vaccines had been administered to these individuals, when they had in fact not received such vaccinations.

By doing so, the individuals would then be considered as vaccinated and eligible for all vaccination-differentiated safe management measures.

Quah had also allegedly submitted a false positive ART result to the Patient Risk Profile Portal, a national healthcare system used by doctors to upload ART results and other patient information.

This was done so that the unvaccinated patient could obtain recovered status and consequently be exempted from vaccination-differentiated safe management measures.

Ms Koh is alleged to have referred clients, believed to be members of her group, to the clinic.

MOH lodged a police report on Friday (Jan 21).

The police have since arrested and charged Quah and his 40-year-old clinic assistant Thomas Chua.

Koh was charged on Sunday (Jan 23) with an offence of criminal conspiracy to cheat.
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To safeguard public health and ensure that clinic practices are in line with national Covid-19 policies and regulations, MOH said it has issued notices of suspension to four medical clinics licensed to Quah or where he was a clinic manager, pending the outcome of investigations.

The clinics are: Wan Medical Clinic in Bedok, Mayfair Medical Clinic in Woodlands, Mayfair Medical Clinic in Chong Pang, and Ong Clinic and Surgery in Yishun.

MOH has also revoked the ART approval for the clinics.

https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/courts-crime/bedok-clinic-investigated-for-falsifying-covid-19-vaccine-records-art-results-moh

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2 Responses to Dr Jipson Quah of Wan Medical Clinic: Investigated for falsifying Covid-19 vaccine records, ART results

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