M'sian man dressed up as T-rex for Covid-19 vaccination in Sarawak

Getting a jab on tiny arms.

Fasiha Nazren | July 12, 2021, 12:21 PM

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More than a year into the Covid-19 pandemic, people have gotten creative in protecting themselves against the virus.

This includes wearing a state-of-the-art respirator in public, for example.

Or even wearing a full-on dinosaur costume at a vaccination centre.

T-rex getting vaxxed

And someone did just that at the Borneo Convention Centre Kuching (BCCK), one of the vaccination centres in the state of Sarawak.

The pre-historic creature also seemed to follow the rules very well, queuing to register for its vaccination and waiting its turn patiently.

Photo from @bccksarawak on Twitter.

Photo from @bccksarawak on Twitter.

Photo from @bccksarawak on Twitter.

Photo from @bccksarawak on Twitter.

After getting its jab, the T-rex even got a commemorative photo taken at the photo booth.

Photo from @bccksarawak on Twitter.

All jokes aside, the man behind the dinosaur costume has been identified as Malaysian entrepreneur, Kenny Sia, who got his first dose of the Sinovac vaccine on Jul. 11.

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A post shared by Kenny Sia (@kennysia)

If you're wondering if he's wearing a mask in that costume, he did just that too.

Sia wasn't the only person who dressed to impress at vaccination centres in Malaysia.

Other characters getting vaxxed

Previously, a Malaysian Naruto was spotted getting vaccinated at Bakit Jalil National Stadium in Kuala Lumpur.

And the Red Ranger proudly showed off that he was vaccinated at the National University of Malaysia in Selangor.

At least we know they are staying safe.

Top image from @kennysia on Instagram and @tiangdanbatu on Twitter.