Polio vaccination programme resumes in Sabah

  • Nation Premium
  • Friday, 05 Jun 2020

KOTA KINABALU: Polio vaccination has resumed in Sabah and parents have been urged to bring their children for their dose.

Sabah Health Department director Datuk Dr Christina Rundi said the polio vaccination programme, which was postponed over the past two months due to Covid-19 and the movement control order (MCO), has now been restarted.

Article type: metered
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights

Polio vaccination , Resumes , Sabah


Next In Nation

Perlis first state to successfully implement 'Agenda Nasional Malaysia Sihat', says Khairy Premium
P-hailing riders record 3-4 accidents a week, says Penghantar Premium
Robotics in M'sia can be expanded, says Dr Adham Premium
Sabah-born Aussie FM Penny Wong to visit M'sia, Vietnam to strengthen ties Premium
Umno should focus on unity, says Shahidan Premium
Findings of algae biofuel study expected in six months, says Sarawak Premier Premium
Women represent 3.2% of Malaysian seafarers, says Deputy Minister Premium
Let businesses decide on flexible working arrangements, says MEF Premium
Reports lodged against Guan Eng, Syed Saddiq and lawyer for commenting on ongoing trials Premium
Kg Sg Baru land acquisition: All landowners will be heard, says Shahidan Premium

Others Also Read