All of us have been in the situation where we frantically look for MySejahtera on our phone to either check in or to show our vaccination cert before entering the premises
Knowing that it is a tedious, multi-step task, a man in Kuching decided to skip all that and wear a sleeveless shirt with his vaccination cert printed on it
At the time of writing, a photo of the man donning the shirt has gone viral on Facebook.
The vaccination cert shows that he received his two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine at the Borneo Convention Centre in Kuching, Sarawak.
It is unsure when the photo was taken, but based on the certification, the man received Sinovac on 3 July and 24 July.
If the photo was taken recently, the Sarawakian is free to dine out or even go on a vacation within the state if he wishes to as the district is currently under Phase 2 of the National Recovery Plan (NRP).
"It's troublesome to show the phone every day. Just print it on the clothes. It's very convenient," read the caption of a post that uploaded the photo
The Facebook post garnered over 10,000 shares and 300 comments.
Many netizens tagged their friends and loved ones to tell them about this uncle's brilliant shirt.
"People who want to go out should wear this. Hahaha, it makes our lives easier," said a person after tagging their friends.
"Let's? We can make this our company clothes," a Facebook user told their friend.
One netizen pointed out the uncle's impeccable fashion sense as his sleeveless shirt and face mask are both in the same shade of green.
While the uncle's singlet has amused tens of thousands of Malaysians, the government has said in the past that they do not recognise printed versions of the vaccine certs
Deputy Health Minister Datuk Dr Noor Azmi Ghazali said the government only recognises the certificate on the app installed on smartphones or the white card issued by the Ministry of Health once the vaccination process is completed, reported The Star.
"People just need to show their certificate (on the MySejahtera app) on their mobile phones or the white card if they are stopped at roadblocks or being asked to show proof at eateries," Noor Azmi was quoted as saying on 11 August.