Seniors register for second round of AstraZeneca opt-ins despite early glitches

PETALING JAYA: As registrations for the AstraZeneca vaccine for those aged 60 and above opened up at noon Sunday (May 23), social media was flooded with questions from users as they faced technical problems in signing up their elderly parents or family members.

As at 12.20pm, Internet users were complaining that they were unable to click on the "state" option on the website.

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