Clear process

Reading the signs: Volunteer M. Dhan communicating in sign language with a hearing-impaired vaccine recipient on the preliminaries prior to vaccination. — Photos courtesy of MAB and MDF

WHILE the majority of vaccine recipients would be able to easily manage the requisite assessments and explanations at the vaccine dispensing centres (PPV) prior to getting the Covid-19 jabs, the process might be a little more challenging for some, such as the hearing impaired.

However, the community in the Klang Valley had been getting the help they needed as special arrangements were made to enable them to get their vaccinations in a timely manner.

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