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The Government Has Announced 18 Steps For Vaccinations!

16/02/2021

Malaysia will receive the first batch of Covid-19 vaccines on February 21st, and will start vaccinating the frontline personnel on February 26th.

JKJAV (The Special Committee on COVID-19 Vaccine Supply) has also announced detailed steps for vaccination. Let’s take a look!

Malaysia has purchased various vaccines, some require only one dose and some require two doses. If you are vaccinated with only one dose, you can proceed to step 10. 

Step 1: Register for vaccination through MySejantera,  official website, call the hotline, visit the nearest hospital or government state unit. 

Step 2: You will receive the appointment time for the first dose of vaccine.

Step 3: Go to the designated place to get the first dose of vaccine.

Step 4: Take the body temperature and check for prior symptoms.

Step 5: Register the QR code and check personal data. 

Step 6: Accept the consultation and fill out the approval form.

Step 7: Get the first dose of vaccine.

Step 8: Observe for 30 minutes.

Step 9: Receive a vaccine certificate.

Step 10: The relevant unit will monitor whether the vaccinators have any side effects.

Step 11: Receive the appointment time for second dose of vaccine.

Step 12: Go to the designated place to get the second dose of vaccine.

Step 13: Take the body temperature and check for prior symptoms.

Step 14: Register the QR code and check personal data. 

Step 15: Get the second dose of vaccine.

Step 16: Observe for 30 minutes.

Step 17: Receive a electronic vaccine certificate.

Step 18: The relevant unit will monitor whether the vaccinators have any side effects.

If you encounter any side effects, vaccine recipients can respond to the relevant authorities in 3 ways:

1. Go to the nearby hospital

2. Use MySejahtera App

3. Browse NPRA’s website

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