JKJAV: Those given second AstraZeneca Covid-19 jab dates under 12-week gap will be rescheduled
KUALA LUMPUR, May 6 — Recipients of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine who were given dates earlier than the recommended 12 weeks between doses for their second jab will have their appointments rescheduled. The Covid-19 Vaccine Supply Access Guarantee Special Committee (JKJAV) tweeted as such in...
— Vaksin COVID-19 🇲🇾 (@JKJAVMY) The AstraZeneca vaccine rollout began in Malaysia on a voluntary basis yesterday.Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation Khairy Jamaluddin had said that the interval between the first and second doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine is set at 12 weeks.
He said this is in line with World Health Organisation (WHO) recommendations, and is currently being practised in the United Kingdom.He did, however, say that the government would review applications for a shorter interval on a case-by-case basis.Registration for the AstraZeneca vaccine opened on May 2 to 268,000 people in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor on a “first click and first serve” basis via the JKJAV website.
The AstraZeneca vaccine is available by appointment only, as opposed to the National Immunisation Programme (NIP) which currently does not allow registrants to choose between the Pfizer-BioNTech and Sinovac vaccines used.For future rollouts of the AstraZeneca vaccine, Khairy said Malaysia is expecting the arrival of some 1.1 million doses this month via the Covid-19 Vaccines Global Access initiative or Covax. headtopics.com
This will be followed by another 610,000 doses from AstraZeneca itself in June, 410,000 doses in July and 1.2 million doses in August and September respectively. Read more: Malay Mail »
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Stars of TV drama Covid Oh Covid Nora Danish, Tiz Zaqyah infected with Covid-19Both actresses updated their fans on their condition through Instagram on Sunday (May 9). Deme belakon dalam cite oh covid, penyudahnye kene jugak in real....bertabah le kome, moga dijauhkan dari variant tak selamat...
Khairy: Second dose of AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine to be given 12 weeks after firstPETALING JAYA: The timing interval between the first and second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine for the opt-in programme is set at 12 weeks, says Khairy Jamaluddin. UK was 12 weeks apart bcos they don't have enough doses last time. Khairykj Why wasn’t this highlighted when it was up for booking Khairykj It should’ve been highlighted when the vaccine was up for booking. Might have changed some people’s minds as it takes 3 months for full vaccination whereas the Pfizer one only takes a couple of weeks!
AstraZeneca weighs seeking full, not emergency, US approval for Covid-19 shot, reports WSJ | Malay MailNEW YORK, May 8 — AstraZeneca Plc may skip asking the US Food and Drug Administration for emergency-use authorisation for its Covid-19 vaccine and instead pursue the more time-intensive application for a full-fledged license to sell the shot, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported yesterday....
S Korea says AstraZeneca, Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines 87pct effective after first shotIts analysis is based on more than 3.5 million people in South Korea aged 60 and older for two months. A time will come, when Muslim ummah will be in strife, and anti-islamic forces will capture major Muslim countries. Then Allah’s rehma will come and the true Islam will rise again. A dream of Muhammad Qasim from 2013. Learn more at
Excitement, relief as participants of opt-in AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccines start getting their shotsKUALA LUMPUR: As the opt-in programme for the AstraZeneca vaccine kicks off on Wednesday (May 5), those who had registered for the jab turned up in droves at the four vaccination centres to receive their jabs against Covid-19 .
South Korea says AstraZeneca, Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines 87% effective after first shotSEOUL (Reuters) - One dose of COVID-19 vaccines from AstraZeneca Plc and Pfizer was 86.6% effective in preventing infections among people aged 60 and older, real world data released by South Korea showed on Wednesday. 'Its analysis is based on more than 3.5 million people in South Korea aged 60 and older'. People under 30 are excluded from the Astrazeneca vaccinations because the benefits of the shot do not outweigh the risks for that age group - source: KKMPutrajaya Yang kata x mampu lindungi dari variant africa tu yang mana satu? Hope this may help. Church mass group infection case at SouthKorea