Five Ways To Register For Your Covid-19 Vaccination
Malaysians can register to receive the Covid-19 vaccination through five online and manual registration methods provided by the government.
The two online options are available through the MySejahtera mobile application or via the COVID-19 Vaccine Supply Access Guarantee Special Committee’s (JKJAV) website.
However, for people (especially the elderly) who prefer manual alternatives, there will be three options for the vaccine registration, which include contacting a hotline (details to be informed later), visiting public or private health clinics and through special outreach programmes that cater to residents in rural and remote areas.
Despite the different registration methods, the vaccination process for all individuals are identical. Individuals will receive their appointment information for the date and venue of vaccination via the MySejahtera app, phone calls or SMS.
Once the appointment is confirmed, individuals can visit the vaccination centre to undergo a temperature and symptoms screening. After registering for the QR code and identity check, there will be a consultation and you will be required to fill out a permission form. Once that is done, you can receive your jab and confirm your first dose of vaccine acceptance.
A 30 minute observation is required after the injection to monitor for possible side effects. Individuals who experienced side effects are advised to lodge a report at the nearest health facility or via the MySejahtera application or ConSERF NPRA report portal at www.npra.gov.my.
Individuals who are expected to receive a second dose of vaccine will follow a similar procedure. All individuals who successfully receive the vaccine will also receive a Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Immunisation Certificate.