On 7 February 2022, Malaysia Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin shared that 3.5 million people who were fully-vaccinated with the Sinovac vaccine still have not received their booster dose. To encourage them to get their booster dose, the Malaysia Ministry of Health (KKM) will offer Sinovac recipients the option of a Sinovac booster dose.
Malaysia Vaccine Booster Shot Is Now MANDATORY For Sinovac Recipients & Elderly Booster shots must be taken by February 2022 to avoid having fully vaccinated status revoked. by Anne Dorall December 16, 2021 Subscribe to our Telegram channel for the latest stories and updates.
Malaysia started the COVID-19 vaccine booster dose programme on 13 October 2021, targeting those who received the Pfizer vaccine more than 6 months ago. It was then expanded on 22 October 2021 to those who received the Sinovac vaccine more than 3 months ago, and will soon be available to those who received the AstraZeneca vaccine too!
The Sinovac Booster Shot side effects are almost none and probably tiredness and fatigue. I didn’t get the side effects like fever, body warmth, dehydration or anything at all. It feels nothing at all compare to my earlier Sinovac vaccine shots. Please take note that the Sinovac booster shot side effects is different as how our body deals with it.
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