Workers on MRT Putrajaya line snap up 1,000 vaccination slots under FT Ministry mobile pilot programme

MMC Gamuda's employees after received their 1st dose of vaccine at the mobile vaccination unit set up to vaccine 1000 workers involved with the construction of MRT Putrajaya line.—AZMAN GHANI/The Star

KUALA LUMPUR: Some 1,000 workers involved in the construction of the MRT Putrajaya Line have received their Covid-19 vaccines under a pilot programme.

The vaccination exercise was part of the MYMedic@Wilayah Vaccine Mobile Truck project aimed at speeding up vaccination of workers involved in essential sectors that are allowed to operate during the movement control order.

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