JKJAV: Those exposed to Covid-19 cases must reschedule vaccination appointments

PETALING JAYA: High-risk individuals who are likely to have been exposed to Covid-19 cases are advised to reschedule their vaccination appointments, says the Special Committee on Covid-19 Vaccine Supply Access Guarantee (JKJAV).

In a tweet on Saturday (May 15), the JKJAV said anyone with confirmed case - asymptomatic, suspected case and person under surveillance (PUS) stated on their MySejahtera status cannot come to vaccination centres, even if they have confirmed their appointment.

“Please call the hotline to cancel your appointment. You will receive a new date soon, ” the committee said on Twitter and Facebook.

The Vaccine Hotline number is 1800-888-828.

The committee’s co-chair, Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Khairy Jamaluddin retweeted the advice.

As of noon on Friday (May 14), 1,914,554 people have been vaccinated in Malaysia, with 732,310 completing their first and second doses and 1,182,244 receiving their first dose.

The committee also reported yesterday that 41.60% or 10,102,697 of those eligible for vaccination have registered for the vaccine.

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