Helpers of Ramadan bazaar food handlers must be vaccinated against typhoid


FAMILY members of food traders involved in preparing food for sale at Ramadan bazaars in Johor are required to get typhoid jabs.

Johor Health Department deputy director (Safety and Food Quality) Zalilah Nasir said the laws that applied to traders also applied to others who were involved in food handling, including home-based food businesses.

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