Selangor Journal
Subang Jaya City Council (MBSJ) mayor Noraini Roslan. — Picture by FIKRI YUSOF/SELANGORKINI

Vaccination protects me from severe symptoms, says infected MBSJ mayor

SHAH ALAM, June 19 — Being fully vaccinated has helped Subang Jaya City Council (MBSJ) mayor Noraini Roslan from experiencing severe symptoms after recently testing positive for Covid-19.

Noraini said her experience shows that people still need to be extra careful even if they have been fully vaccinated.

“Even I am vulnerable despite having completed my vaccination. It shows that we need to be extra careful in our daily lives to avoid this.

“My husband was exposed to a positive case at the office. Having been vaccinated prevented me from getting serious Covid-19 related symptoms. It helped me continue with my daily life,” she was quoted in the Subang Jaya’s community newsletter SJ Echo today.

Noraini, who is undergoing home quarantine, reassured Subang Jaya residents that she is doing well.

“I am doing fine at home recuperating. I am still in touch with the office virtually and am contactable by my directors and officers at MBSJ,” she said.

Noraini reminded Subang Jaya residents to always observe the standard operating procedure (SOPs) to protect themselves from Covid-19.

“Please, Subang Jaya, observe all the SOPs strictly and do not for one second think that you cannot be infected.

“Observing all the SOPs has helped those who came into close contact with me avoid Covid-19. Those who were in close contact tested negative.

“So wear your mask, wash your hands and avoid crowded places,” she added.

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