Parents focus on prevention and early detection

Ready for shots: Parents accompanying their children who are waiting for their turn to receive the Covid-19 vaccine in Hospital Tunku Azizah, Kuala Lumpur. — FAIHAN GHANI/The Star

BUTTERWORTH: As the Covid-19 vaccination programme for children took off, some parents here say they will remain focused on prevention and early detection of the deadly disease.

Restaurant operator Izyan Mohd Zaini, 38, who has four children aged seven to 11, said she tested them twice weekly.

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