Consider listing security guards under second group for immunisation programme, govt urged


PETALING JAYA: The Security Industry Association of Malaysia (PIKM) has urged the government to consider listing over 100,000 security guards under the second group for the National Covid-19 immunisation programme.

Association president Datuk Seri Ramli Yusuff said they were informed by the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme operations room that the supply of vaccines was limited.

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