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Members of the public and Klang Municipal Council employees attending the blood donation drive and basic health screening programme, at Bangunan Sultan Alam Shah in Klang on September 5, 2023. — Picture by FACEBOOK/MAJLIS PERBANDARAN KLANG

MPK health screening prog, blood donation drive draws 300

By Juliana Johar

SHAH ALAM, Sept 6 — Some 300 members of the public alongside employees of the Klang Municipal Council (MPK) participated in a blood donation drive and basic health screening programme, held at Bangunan Sultan Alam Shah in Klang yesterday.

The campaign was organised in collaboration with several agencies, including the Blood Transfusion Department, Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital, and the Klang District Health Office.

Also involved were Anika Health Clinic, Sri Kota Specialist Medical Centre, and the Trendy Eye Hub Company.

The health screenings encompassed Body Mass Index tests, cholesterol checks, blood pressure monitoring, glucose tests, mental health screenings, body composition assessments, and eye examinations.

A pharmaceutical exhibition was also held, and blood donors who participated were also awarded certificates of appreciation for their contributions.

Klang Municipal Council employees having their blood drawn during the blood donation drive and basic health checkup programme, at Bangunan Sultan Alam Shah in Klang on September 5, 2023. — Picture by FACEBOOK/MAJLIS PERBANDARAN KLANG

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