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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Malaysia aims to achieve herd immunity with at least 70% of its population vaccinated by the end of the year but so far, the percentage of those who have registered for the Covid-19 vaccine is very low.
AstraZeneca 2.0 opt-in: Some applicants get appointment in MySejahtera app after failing to register earlier
PETALING JAYA: Many Malaysians who "failed" to get an appointment for the AstraZeneca vaccine while trying to register for it on Wednesday (May 26) woke up to good news today (May 27) when their MySejahtera application was updated with an appointment for inoculation.
CONGRATULATIONS to those who have received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine as well as those who have been fully vaccinated.
KUALA LUMPUR: The failure of many individuals to keep to their Covid-19 vaccination appointments without any solid reason is disrupting the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme’s target and delaying the process of achieving herd immunity in the country, says Assoc Prof Dr Yahya Mat Arip, a virologist from Universiti Sains Malaysia.
Users will be able to see the new progress page on the MySejahtera app by clicking on the Covid-19 Vaccination Icon on the home screen and then selecting ‘Vaccine For’, which is the first option on the page.
DEVI Arumugam is happy that she will be going for her second Covid-19 jab at a different vaccination dispensing centre (PPV).
PATIENTS can now have online access to some 200 specialists, with more to come, at 11 Pantai Hospitals and four Gleneagles Hospitals via the newly launched eHealth Video Consultation service.
THOSE who registered with MySejahtera and have received their vaccination appointment date should not worry about being turned away when they arrive for their appointment, says Penang Safe coordinator Dr Lee Toong Chow.