COVID-19 Vaccine Booster: Senior citizens can walk in starting 19 January at selected PPVs - SoyaCincau

Over 70% of senior citizens in the Klang Valley, N. Sembilan, Melaka, Penang and Sarawak have received their boosters. Walk-ins are available for seniors starting this Wednesday.

17/1/2022 2:12:00 PM

Over 70% of senior citizens in the Klang Valley, N. Sembilan, Melaka, Penang and Sarawak have received their boosters. Walk-ins are available for seniors starting this Wednesday.

Over 70% of senior citizens in the Klang Valley, N. Sembilan, Melaka, Penang and Sarawak have received their boosters. Walk-ins are available for seniors starting this Wednesday.

as well as their identification card. Prior to receiving the booster jab, individuals are urged to get enough sleep and to have a good breakfast before going to the PPV. Individuals who are feeling unwell or are having a high-risk COVID-19 status on MySejahtera are urged to defer their vaccination plans.

As of 16th January, Khairy Jamaluddin revealed that 40% of Malaysia’s adult population has received their booster shot. Over 70% of senior citizens (aged 60 years old and above) in Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Negeri Sembilan, Melaka, Pulau Pinang and Sarawak have already received their boosters. Boosters are currently recommended to ensure optimal protection against COVID-19.

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