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Department heads told to submit reports of unvaccinated workers

Nov 16, 2021


department heads told to submit reports of unvaccinated workers

Authorities are sifting through the data of civil servants who still refuse the COVID-19 vaccine.

The Public Service Department says it has requested department heads to submit their reports on unvaccinated workers.

It also wants to know how these workers are being dealt with.

Under existing guidelines, they can face various disciplinary action, such as pay cuts, demotions, or sackings.

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Govt to decide walk-in COVID-19 booster shots

department heads told to submit reports of unvaccinated workers

A decision is expected to be made today, on whether to allow recipients to walk-in for their COVID-19 booster shot.

Meanwhile, the Health Minister says the administration of booster shots will not affect vaccine supplies for those who are still unvaccinated.

Khairy Jamaluddin assures there are enough doses for all.

Currently, over a million booster shots have already been given out nationwide.

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80% teens now fully vaccinated

department heads told to submit reports of unvaccinated workers

Malaysia has among the fastest adolescent COVID-19 immunisation programs in the world.

The Health Minister said this, after 80% of teens aged 12 to 17 completed their vaccinations.

We achieved the milestone in just over two months.


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