Get more disabled people registered for Covid-19 vaccinations, say advocacy groups

Damai Disabled Persons Association president V. Murugeswaran

KLANG: Disability advocacy groups want the government to implement a programme to increase the number of disabled people registered for the Covid-19 vaccination.

Damai Disabled Persons Association president V Murugeswaran said the number of disabled people registered for the vaccination up to June 1 was 195,395 which was only 33.8% of the 577,352 disabled people nationwide.

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