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'Fully vaccinated' signage to provide confidence for holidaymakers

By T.N.Alagesh 22 minutes ago
KUANTAN: A 'fully vaccinated' signage will be put up on all tourism-related businesses in Pahang where its operators and workers have completed their Covid-19 vaccination (received two vaccine doses).
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