Call centre to get in touch with no-shows

KUALA LUMPUR: A call centre has been set up to contact individuals who did not show up for their vaccination appointment.

Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Zuraida Kamaruddin said the initiative, in collaboration with Penggerak Kommuniti Negara and the National Unity Ministry, began on Tuesday at the vaccination centre (PPV) in Kampung Ampang Indah Community Hall, Ampang, where seven telephone operators had been trained for the purpose.

The pilot project involved 177 individuals in three categories: those who have received appointment dates in the MySejahtera app but did not provide feedback, those absent for their second dose, and individuals who failed to show up for their first vaccination. — Bernama

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