Those with no digital vaccination certificate because they do not have a smartphone should bring along a physical vaccination card to the PPV. Effective 29 January 2022 (Saturday), Malaysia will allow walk-ins for adults aged 18 and above to take their COVID-19 booster shots, nationwide.
Walk-in vaccination is now available for teenagers 12-17 of age across Malaysia, but NOT for everyone. Here is what you need to know, before you head to the vaccination centre! Walk-In Vaccination : Limited To Certain Teenagers
The four PPVs had started operations on 15th January 2022 for appointments only and it was recently opened for walk-ins for senior citizens since 19th January 2022. The four vaccination centres are open from 9am to 8pm daily (until 4pm for Soka Gakkai) except for public holidays. Kenyataan Media Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia
Walk-in vaccinations for Malaysians For Malaysian citizens, walk-ins are available at the following vaccination centres (PPV) in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor: 23rd August 2021 onward KL Convention Centre (KLCC) – HCO F, G and H Axiata Arena Bukit Jalil – A, B Ideal Convention Centre (IDCC), Shah Alam – HCO B Bangi Avenue Convention Centre (BACC)
Malaysia is now getting its third vaccination shot (a booster shot) to help fight against the new Covid-19 variants such as Omicron. Previously, those who want to get their booster shots are allowed to walk-in to shopping malls and healthcare facilities or register to be on the waiting list. READ MORE: Need A Third Covid-19 Dose?
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