Low-risk individuals, NGOs set to volunteer

Representatives from Tanjong Datu Service Centre hand over the wheelchairs at the Lundu District Office.

KUCHING: Individuals in low-risk groups as well as non-governmental organisations (NGOs) such as Muslim Welfare Organisation Malaysia (Perkim) Lundu District are going to be registered as Tanjung Datu Service Centre volunteers.

Tanjung Datu assemblywoman Datuk Amar Jamilah Anu said that the volunteers will assist in the vaccination programme of which a target has been set to vaccinate 1,000 residents daily in the constituency.

“Those who have yet to register for the vaccination are advised to inform the community leaders at their respective villages so that the immunisation programme can run smoothly,” she said in a Facebook post on Monday.

She also mentioned that the Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) Tanjung Datu machinery will assist in the registration process for the villagers.

Earlier, Jamilah had also distributed several wheelchairs and fans to Lundu District Office to provide convenience for recipients at the vaccination centre (PPV).

Also present were Lundu District Officer Gustian Durani and PBB Tanjung Datu Women’s Wing chief councillor Fatimah Abdullah.