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PUTRAJAYA: The walk-in approach in practice at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium vaccination centre (PPV) for non-Malaysians in the Klang Valley, would be replaced with the appointment method from tomorrow.
The Covid-19 Immunisation Task Force (CITF), in announcing the new rule, said this meant that the PPV would no longer accept walk-ins by foreign nationals from tomorrow.
It said this was to ensure the vaccination process was conducted in a safer and more conducive atmosphere, Bernama reported.
Non-Malaysians who have yet to register for the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme must do so via MySejahtera, PICK line at 1800-888-828 or the website, www.vaksincovid.gov.my, for an appointment.
Meanwhile, walk-in vaccination for all Malaysians in the Klang Valley would continue at 13 PPVs.
This is because the number of walk-ins for Malaysians was found to be dropping day by day since it began on Aug 2, CITF said in a statement today.
CITF said from tomorrow, the nine walk-in PPVs open will be: KL Convention Centre, Axiata Arena Bukit Jalil, Ideal Convention Centre, Shah Alam, Bangi Avenue Convention Centre, Wyndham Acmar Hotel, Klang, Petaling Jaya City Council Civic Centre, Kuala Selangor Closed Stadium, Dewan Seri Bernam, and Kuala Langat Municipal Council Sports Complex Hall.
Starting from Aug 25 and 26, four more PPVs would also be open, namely at Le Pavilion Gamuda Garden Gombak, Bukit Beruntung Golf Resort, Galaxy Mall Ampang and Multimedia University in Cyberjaya.
CITF said individuals who missed the second dose of the vaccination could go to any of the 13 PPVs listed closest to their homes.
It also said people could be referred to other PPVs if a particular PPV did not offer the same vaccine they had for their first dose.
CITF issued a reminder that walk-ins are on a first-come-first-served basis, depending on the availability of vaccine supply at the PPV.
If the supply of vaccine at the PPV was exhausted, the walk-in individuals will be placed on a list and asked to come again the next day.
CITF said both Malaysians at walk-in PPVs and non-Malaysians with PPV appointments must prove they are residents of the Klang Valley.
This could be done by bringing letters or documents such as employment cards, utility bills or any related documents.
It said the walk-in method for Malaysians in other states, other than the Klang Valley, would continue as normal, depending on the respective states.