Malé, Maldives – Malé City Council has decided to assist the Health Ministry in contacting around 2000 people above 60 years of age or in the high risk group who have not yet received the Covid-19 vaccine.
Speaking at last night’s press conference, Malé City Mayor Dr. Mohamed Muizzu said that they requested the Health Ministry to inform any way in which the City Council can assist the ministry during the pandemic. The ministry then requested for the council’s assistance in contacting around 2000 individuals who have not yet received the vaccine.
There are many people above 60 years of age and also in the high risk category who have not yet been vaccinated. There are about 2000 people. The Ministry requested for the council’s assistance in contacting these individuals.Malé City Mayor Muizzu
Mayor Muiz further noted that the if required, the human resources department is also ready to assist the call center.
While 1,417 cases were recorded yesterday alone in Maldives, the statistics released by HPA detailed that out of the 1,417 cases, 1,097 were from the Malé area, while 303 cases were recorded from inhabited islands. The figures also included 17 case from operational resorts and no cases from liveaboards which brought up the total active cases in the country to 24,057.