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#CucukMYAZ Trends As 1st Klang Valley Residents Gets AstraZeneca Vaccine

#CucukMYAZ Trends As 1st Klang Valley Residents Gets AstraZeneca Vaccine

Some shared tips to make the vaccination process quick and easier

Akmal Hakim

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It appears that the folks in Klang Valley are excited to receive their Covid-19 AstraZeneca (AZ) vaccines today (5 May).

Thousands of Selangor and Kuala Lumpur residents who volunteered to be inoculated early were spotted lining up for their first dose of vaccine injections at special vaccination centres (PPV) at the Putra World Trade Center (PWTC), University Malaya (UM) and Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM).

Thrilled by the experience, many began sharing their first-hand accounts of the vaccination process at their respective PPVs and how smooth things had gone for them.

Social media became filled with images and videos of people anxiously waiting to be vaccinated as well as their happy faces after being jabbed under the hashtag #CucukMYAZ.

Many also share tips for other volunteers to follow like; remembering to bring your I.C and vaccination appointment letter, get to the appointment on time and follow the instructions that are provided by healthcare personnel.

There were also thoughtful individuals who suggested for people to wear loose and comfortable clothes to make the whole procedure easier.

Some also shared how painless it was to receive their injections and only felt minor discomfort.

Netizens also revealed that once vaccinated, volunteers would receive a card indicating the date for their second vaccine appointment.

(Credit: yesitshanna/rozlatiff/Twitter)

On Sunday, the government had opened online registrations allowing the public a chance to volunteer to receive AZ vaccines ahead of schedule. The aim of the program was to boost the country’s vaccination rate and improve public perception of the AZ vaccine

All 268,000 AZ vaccine slots in Klang Valley have been filled, however, the government is also looking to offer AZ vaccines for Malaysians living outside of Selangor and KL.


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