Get vaccinated and redeem VIP subscription vouchers to streaming service

'My Roomate Is A Gumiho' is a popular K-drama available on iQiyi. Photo: Handout

Streaming service iQiyi has teamed up with the Covid-19 Immunisation Task Force (CITF) to strengthen immunisation efforts in Malaysia.

The platform, which has more than 3, 000 Asian titles, has launched iQiyi Bersama Rakyat Malaysia programme.

Through this programme, the service would give out RM1.5mil worth of VIP subscriptions to Malaysians nationwide who have been vaccinated.

“We know how difficult the past year has been for Malaysians,” said Dinesh Ratnam, iQiyi's country manager for Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei.

“We are incredibly honoured to partner with CITF in extending free VIP subscriptions to all Malaysians who have been vaccinated.

“We would love to keep everyone entertained with our Asian content while they stay safe at home."

For more details and how to redeem the vouchers, log on to

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