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July 06, 2021

According to a recent report, there are more than 500 homeless people living in Johor Bahru. I have decreed for the construction of the homeless transit centre in Johor Bahru to be expedited so that the homeless can have a more comfortable place to live and assistance in terms of food and health can be provided to them.

During this Covid-19 pandemic, homeless people are among the most vulnerable to the Covid-19 virus infection because they are forced to live by the roadside or in public areas.

I have also decreed for a temporary shelter to be established immediately. With this temporary shelter, the risk of infection will decrease and they can be vaccinated and also given full support to return to a normal life.

They are also human beings and have the right to live a dignified life. Allah Peliharakan Sultan.

HRH Major General Tunku Ismail Ibni Sultan Ibrahim, Crown Prince of Johor

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