Beginning March 2021 people will need to register as recipients of the Covid-19 vaccine. Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Khairy Jamaluddin said, the registration is through an appointment management system and the public will be given a date, place and time set based on the details of the information provided.
"This registration process is part of the process of making an appointment to get the Covid-19 vaccine. Most other countries implement the Covid-19 vaccination process based on the appointment method. If people come suddenly without an appointment, they have to wait in long lines,he said."
Below are 5 ways for the public to register for the Covid-19 vaccine from the government:
You should find the Covid-19 vaccination button on the main screen display.
2.Click on the 'Covid-19 Vaccination' button and check your information.
Make sure your personal information such as your name, IC number and phone number is accurate.
3. Once confirmed (Confirm), you can continue to register for vaccination.
4. Answer four questions and provide your additional details for registration.
The questions include your interest in getting vaccinated, if you have a history of illness, whether you are registered as a person with a Disability (OKU), your home address.
5. Answer two questions about content.
These questions include whether you are pregnant or not and whether you are breastfeeding or vice versa.
6. Current Home Address, Current State, Current Postcode.
7. You need to be ready at any time from now on and wait for a call or update from the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH)
Wait for an appointment date and show up at the vaccination center. In total, there are three phases and five priority groups that are suitable for vaccination and a large number of Malaysians will only be vaccinated from May 2021 onwards. The appointment will be notifies through the MySejahtera app, a phone call, or SMS.
VAC locations are labelled in green.
605 VACs have been identified by MOH thus far. Temporary vaccination centres like stadiums, convention centres, community halls, universities, etc. will be set up accordingly.
Quick Symptom Assessment
At the hospital, a quick evaluation will take place involving a temperature check and close-contact screening.
Then, you will register using the QR code provided for identification purposes.
Finally, you’ll receive the first dose of the vaccine!
Short Observation Period
Once you have been jabbed, you will be kept under observation by medical staff for at least 30 minutes. This is to monitor for any immediate adverse reactions.
Receive Vaccination Card
Facilitators will provide you with a vaccination card to confirm your inoculation, where you can then go home to rest.For the CanSinoBio vaccine, which is the single-dose, the process will end here.
Observation For Adverse Events
You can return to normal life but be aware of any side effects or Adverse Events Following Immunisation (AEFI).
Side effects/AEFI can be reported by either informing the medical facility, through MySejathera, or the NPRA ConSERF site.