They not only helped promote the national immunization program and brought joy to people, but will be forever remembered as legends.
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The Covid-19 pandemic, and the global vaccination programs that followed, is truly an event that would be recorded in our history books for generations to come.
The question is, how would you like to be remembered in this momentous event in time? – A regular ol’ normie or a freakin legend?
Though some of their names may be obscure, TRP takes a moment to honour these wonderful Malaysians who took their glorious time in order to get all dressed up to promote the national Covid-19 immunization program as well as bring cheer to our brave frontliners and their fellow countrymen with their colourful costumes.
The hopping apparition that took over TikTok, as you’d imagine, impressed many, and likewise, scared even more away.
The Not-So Evil Stepmom
Actress Sharisa Haris showed up stunningly “in character” at the Rembau vaccination centre (PPV) in Negeri Sembilan dressed up as Disney’s redeemed evil stepmother Maleficent.
The Kinabalu Ghoul
31-year-old Diana Dieonaria Johneddie figured that no one would notice her ghoulish appearance at the Kota Kinabalu PPV in Sabah. But who would miss a chance to capture a paranormal creature on film?
nah hantu pun vaksin! kamu yg antivacc tu lebih teruk dari hantu 🤣 crdit to owner video ✨ sumber : whatsappgroup♬ original sound – Gurangak2.0
Enter the Spider-verse and meet with the army of Spider-Men who showed up in costume at PPVs around the country.
The Lone Ranger
42-year-old Feddy Wong was ready to defend his immune system and the community against the deadly threat of Covid-19 when he dressed up as the White Mighty Morphing Power Ranger.
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