600 Frontliners Of Putrajaya Holdings Receives First Dose

Putrajaya Holdings Sdn. Bhd. (PjH) construction, plant, and hospitality workers have received their first dose of Covid-19 vaccinations as part of a Federal Territory (FT) Ministry pilot programme.

The vaccination exercise was part of the [email protected] Vaccine Mobile Truck programme aimed at speeding up vaccination which inoculated 600 workers who involved in essential sectors that are allowed to operate during the movement control order.

Hashimah Hashim, Chief Executive Officer, Putrajaya Holdings Sdn. Bhd, said, “This group consists of individuals at high risk of being infected with Covid-19 even during the implementation of total lockdown and our team volunteered to receive the vaccine arranged by Putrajaya Holdings in collaboration with the FT Ministry.”

The [email protected] Vaccine Mobile Truck initiative is among four measures being and will be implemented in the federal territories of Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, and Labuan.

Hashimah also emphasised that that Putrajaya Holdings encouraged its employees to sign up for the vaccine in order to support the government’s efforts to attain herd immunity sooner, and she praised the Federal Territory Ministry for launching the [email protected] Vaccine Mobile Truck programme.

The full-day vaccination process, which began at 9 am proceeded smoothly and was conducted under a strict compliance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

Vaccine recipient Zainal Abidin Abdullah, 53, Head Section from Project Management 2, who is involved in site operations said, “I signed up for the vaccine as it is an opportunity offered by my company so I wouldn’t want to miss it”.

“I am grateful to receive my first dose today. Thank you to Putrajaya Holdings and the FT Ministry for arranging this,” said Wan Raihanatun Wan Mohd Halim, 44 who is attached to Health, Safety, Security & Environment of Gas District Cooling Plant Putrajaya.

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