Low registration in Negri due to poor Internet coverage


SEREMBAN: Poor Internet coverage in several rural areas in Jelebu, Jempol and Kuala Pilah districts has been identified as among the factors for the low number of registration for Covid-19 vaccination through the MySejahtera application in Negri Sembilan.

Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Aminuddin Harun said many of the areas consist of Orang Asli villages.

Following that, he said, the district officers and Village Community Management Council has been directed to take immediate measures in ensuring that the people in the areas are registered.

“We have also informed the Orang Asli community to discuss with the Orang Asli Development Department to form a mobile team to facilitate registration and vaccination for the group, ” he said.

To date, 361,085 individuals, who form 42.5% of the state’s population, have registered for the vaccination and they are reminded to keep to their appointments. — Bernama

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