You Have 48 Hours To Confirm Vaccine Appointment!

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If you are selected to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, you will have 48 hours to confirm their appointment.

Here is what you need to know about your COVID-19 vaccine appointment!


COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment : How Will You Be Notified?

The Special Committee on COVID-19 Vaccine Supply (JKJAV) said on 10 April 2021, that the vaccine appointments are being scheduled in batches.

Once you have been selected, you will receive a notification in MySejahtera, as well as an SMS to your mobile phone 14 days before the scheduled COVID-19 vaccination date.

The notification will inform you of the date and place of your COVID-19 vaccination appointment.


COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment : 48 Hours To Confirm!

According to JKJAV on 10 April 2021, you will have 48 hours to confirm your appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in MySejahtera.

If you fail to respond within 48 hours, your appointment will be automatically cancelled and rescheduled to a later date.

You Have 48 Hours To Confirm Vaccine Appointment!

You are strongly advised to confirm your appointment, to avoid any delay in getting your COVID-19 vaccination.

Once you accept the appointment, your MySejahtera will show your appointment for the first dose of your COVID-19 vaccine.


Can You Choose Your COVID-19 Vaccine?

No, you cannot choose your free COVID-19 vaccine.

On 8 April 2021, the Malaysia Ministry of Health once again reiterated that you will NOT be given the option to choose the COVID-19 vaccine.

The free COVID-19 vaccine will be administered according to what is available at the vaccination centre.

We should point out that there is really NO REASON to choose any COVID-19 vaccine – they will ALL prevent death and hospitalisation from COVID-19!

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