Muhyiddin visits WTCKL vaccine dispensing centre

Muhyiddin speaking to aa AstraZeneca vaccine recipient during his visit to the WTCKL PPV.

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin visited the vaccine dispensing centre (PPV) at the Kuala Lumpur World Trade Centre (WTCKL) here, where people are receiving their jabs for the AstraZeneca vaccine.

In a post on his Facebook page Sunday (May 16), Muhyiddin said National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme coordinating minister Khairy Jamaluddin and Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba accompanied him.

"I had the chance to meet vaccine recipients, ask about their condition and experience.

"Alhamdulillah, they were satisfied with the vaccination process and were glad that everything went on smoothly," he said.

Muhyiddin said currently the WTCKL’s AstraZeneca PPV, which is managed by ProtectHealth Corporation, a government-owned company established under the Health Ministry, is the largest PPV in Malaysia and has the capability to dispense 2,100 to 8,100 doses of vaccine a day.

Muhyiddin also commended agencies and volunteers for their help and contribution in making the large-scale vaccination programme a success. – Bernama

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