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Calm and coordinated: People waiting at the observation area after being vaccinated at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium vaccination centre on the first day. Recipients are being monitored for 15 minutes after their vaccination. — ART CHEN/The Star

PETALING JAYA: The beep of his mobile phone felt like an auspicious sign for K. Vickneshwaran. It was, as it ended his long wait to receive his Covid-19 vaccine shot.

Although it was sent at such short notice, Vickneshwaran accepted it without hesitancy.

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