Education Ministry planning new school for Proton City

IPOH: Deputy Education Minister Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon (pic) says he will work towards getting a new school built in Proton City, Tanjung Malim.

He said there were requests for a school to be built there and agreed that it would benefit locals.

“The construction of a school is needed as Proton’s services there will be fully operational in 2024,” Dr Mah said on his Facebook page yesterday.

“I will work towards getting the request approved as it will be for the benefit of the people in Proton City.”

Dr Mah was with Deputy Health Minister Datuk Dr Noor Azmi Ghazali earlier to visit the Covid-19 vaccination centre there.

He noted that it was the first vaccination centre in Perak which focused on industrial workers.

Dr Mah also called on the people to remain patient as the government was working to ensure that everyone got vaccinated as soon as possible.

“Let us all continue to adhere to standard operating procedures by maintaining physical distancing and wearing face masks.

“Those who have yet to register for the vaccine should do so immediately,” he said.

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