Covid-19: All residing in M'sia to get vaccines, including non-citizens, says Cabinet

PETALING JAYA: The Cabinet has agreed that the Covid-19 vaccination programme to begin at the end of this month will be given freely to non-citizens residing in Malaysia, but Malaysians will remain top priority, says the Special Committee on Ensuring Access to Covid-19 Vaccine Supply.

In a joint statement issued by the ministries of Health and Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) Thursday (Feb 11), the Special Committee said that this was decided by the ministers at a Cabinet meeting Wednesday (Feb 10) as it was not only the humane thing to do but also practical in efforts to reach herd community.

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