Youth frontliners vital in Covid-19 fight

Fighting together: Lee (right) with Sunway University’s student volunteers at the SPCC PPV.

EVERY effort counts. And in this ongoing battle against the Covid-19 pandemic, the effort to vaccinate all Malaysian residents – both local and foreign – is vital to protect society, save lives, and return some semblance of normalcy to the nation sooner rather than later.

Hence, I couldn’t help but feel immense pride when over 200 Sunway University and College students – both local and international – signed up to become volunteers at the Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre (SPCC) vaccination centre (PPV).

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