As of June 11, Malaysia has 7,575,609 vaccine doses.
It is hoped that the daily cases will dip below 4,000 and the lockdown curbs can be gradually loosened in the second phase.
Mohamed Azmin said workers participating in the programme would not be burdened with additional cost.
Khairy gave his assurance that the doses allocated for the programme would not affect the vaccination process under the overall national programme.
Moreover, we are always work closely with foreign source country employment associations to promote employment opportunities in Malaysia.
These sub-sectors are critical during the lockdown as they are part of the supply chain of essential products and services including to support the smooth functioning of infrastructures such as the public health care system.