If you’re in the Klang Valley area, take note: walk-in COVID-19 vaccination will no longer be offered here from 16 September onwards. This is done as the most residents in Klang Valley have been vaccinated already.
This was confirmed by the Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba. Although walk-in vaccination in PPVs will be phased out come 16 September, certain health clinics in Klang Valley will still offer it. The full list of clinics involved will be revealed at a later date.
Of course, walk-in COVID-19 vaccination will still be offered in other states.
As of 7 September, over 97.8% of adults in the Klang Valley area have been fully vaccinated. As for the whole of Malaysia, 69.6% of the adult population have received their second doses. Those who have received at least one dose, on the other hand, currently stands at 88.9%.
If you reside in the Klang Valley area, and you haven’t gotten your COVID-19 vaccination yet, you can still walk-in to selected PPVs to get vaccinated. The full list can be found here.
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