Without walk-ins, it’s back to a long wait

Feeling safer: P’ng (left) and his wife Goh showing their updated status after receiving the booster vaccine doses at the vaccination centre in Tapak Ekspo Seberang Jaya. — ZHAFARAN NASIB/The Star

BUTTERWORTH: Without the chance to walk in for booster jabs, the vaccination rate in Penang has slowed somewhat.

A doctor working in the Tapak Ekspo Seberang Jaya vaccination centre (PPV) – one of the largest in the state – said on average, between 350 and 400 people were walking in daily to get their booster jabs.

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