Walk-In Covid-19 Vaccine Jabs Expected To Begin Sometime In September 2021
Finally some good news after the hiatus of trying to get an appointment for the AstraZeneca vaccine on the JKJAV website, netizens can soon expect walk-ins for Covid-19 vaccine jabs at vaccination centres sometime in September 2021. According to Minister Khairy Jamaluddin, the government will still prioritise those who have already signed up for appointments before opening up to walk-ins.
“Once we clear the people who have already pre-registered, that means people who are waiting for their appointment, and I think we can clear them hopefully by the end of August or early September, then we can introduce walk-ins. That would mean you just go, and show up, get registered and you get vaccinated; you don’t need to register beforehand. But to be fair to those people who have registered, we need to give those appointments out first,” Khairy said.
About 3.6 million people already received their first dose of Covid-19 vaccines while 1.4 million people have already received their second shots.