walk-in vaccination Wong Siew Ki Balakong Sri Cempaka PPV vaccination centre foreigners MySejahtera SELangkah Covid-19 vaccine
FILE PIX: The Balakong State Assembly Member, Wong Siew Ki speaking to the buyers of Rumah Selangorku at the Residensi Jaya construction site, Taman Juara Jaya, Seri Kembangan, SelangorPIX: AFFAN FAUZI / MalaysiaGazette /19 JANUARY 2020Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (ADUN) Balakong, Wong Siew Ki mengatakan sesuatu kepada pembeli mengenai projek rumah Selangorku yang bermasalah dan pemaju rumah Selangorku dalam proses penggulungan di Tapak Residensi Jaya, Taman Juara Jaya, Seri Kembangan, Selangor. foto AFFAN FAUZI, 19 JANUARI 2020

By Zazrina Zainuddin

KAJANG – No Covid-19 vaccination was given to the foreigners without an appointment through the MySejahtera or SELangkah mobile application.

The Balakong State Assembly Member Wong Siew Ki said, she has requested all foreigners who came to the Sri Cempaka Kajang Municipal Council (MPKj) Hall in Saujana Impian to go home.

According to Siew Ki, the vaccination quota at that PPV was allocated for recipients under Selvax Community and not Selvax Industry.

Most of the foreigners who went to the vaccination centre today were workers from the factories nearby.

“Thus, for factory workers, we have another programme namely, the Selvax (Selangor Vaccine) Industry Programme and PIKAS from the Federal Government,” she said when met by MalaysiaGazette today.

Nevertheless, she said that the vaccine would be given to foreigners who work in the community at that locality if they have an appointment through SELangkah and MySejahtera.

Meanwhile, the Balakong ADUN also helped to supervise the movement of vaccine recipients at the Sri Cempaka Hall Vaccination Centre today in the Selvax Community Programme.

For the record, the Selangor state government announced on 9 June that it is giving 2 million free doses of vaccine to employers, including foreigners for under Selvax Industry.

Meanwhile, the Selvax Community would benefit 250,000 Selangor citizens who have yet to be vaccinated involving 500,000 doses. –MalaysiaGazette