‘Guards just as important’

KUALA LUMPUR: The safety of more than 100,000 security guards is at stake in the fight against Covid-19 and it is high time they are prioritised for vaccination, says the Security Industry Association of Malaysia.

Its president Datuk Seri Ramli Yusuff said an estimated 70,000 guards were deployed at shopping malls, retail outlets, banks, other commercial places and residential complexes throughout the country while 50,000 more manned hospitals, schools and government-linked agencies.

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