Residents from four longhouses in Ulu Spak vaccinated


BETONG: Some 100 villagers from four longhouses in Ulu Spak here finally received their second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.

According to a Sarawak Public Communications Unit report on Monday (July 5), the villagers had their jabs at the mobile vaccination centre (PPV) at Nanga Mujau Health Clinic, and were from Rh Beti Eli, Mujau; Rh Tila Enduya, Luing; Rh Kasa Neru, Ijok and Rh Injong Belimbi, Penyuin.

“The mobile PPV is one of the government’s initiatives to provide convenience to villagers, especially those in the interior of Spak, to get vaccinated,” said Layar assemblyman Gerald Rentap Jabu.

In another development, Rentap handed over workbooks contributed by the Layar Education Development Committee to SK Nanga Lawih and SK Nanga Spak.

The books would later be distributed to Year 4 to 6 students.

The representatives from the schools said the workbooks would greatly benefit the students, particularly those undergoing home-based teaching and learning.

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