After a long preparation and many test run, One Hope Charity’s vaccination centre is officially operating.
In 7am today, our medical team had went to government clinic to collect the vaccines. The journey must be accompanied by a doctor and a pharmacist to ensure that the temperature during transport is optimal.
After collecting the vaccine, the team are escort by police to the vaccination centre.
In the first day of operation, the eldest vaccine receiver is Ang Ah Choi who is 93 years old. She was accompanied by her grandchildren. After receiving the appointment yesterday, she was excited and came forward for vaccine after breakfast early in the morning.
Her grandchildren said that she was worried about side effects but after a few months of monitoring, she realised taht the vaccine is safe. Hence, she came forward for vaccination.
Ang Ah Choi was monitored after her vaccine and she left the observation area after that. She also took photo at the photo booth.
One Hope Charity’s vaccination centre has begin its operation today. The first receiver is Lim Eng Kooi who is 80 years old. He was accompanied by his son, Lim Eng Kooi. He urge the public to get vaccinated soonest to achieve community immunity. He hopes that he can go to Kuala Lumpur to visit his relative after vaccine.
One Hope Charity & Welfare is a registered non-profit organization and founded in 2002 and previously, it was known as Pertubuhan Penganut Dewi Xi Wang Dian, Bukit Mertajam, Penang and was the first operation office dedicated in charity works.