After Malaysia Day (16 September), you can only get your shots at selected health clinics.
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As the number of unvaccinated people in the area has dropped to a small number, Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba announced that the walk-in Covid-19 vaccination facilities in the Klang Valley will cease on 15 September.
The number of people who have yet to be vaccinated in the Klang Valley is very small, and you can see this from the small number of attendees at PPVs (vaccination centres) recently.The Science, Technology, and Innovation Minister, Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba.
Taking this into consideration, I would like to announce that the walk-in programme in Klang Valley will be stopped from Sept 15 onwards.
The Science, Technology, and Innovation Minister added that residents of Klang Valley who have not got their vaccination can still do so at selected health clinics starting 16 September, reported Malay Mail.
He also said that the Covid-19 Vaccination walk-in facility in other states will remain as is.
To date, 97.8% of adults in the Klang Valley are fully vaccinated.
So if you are one of the 2.2% in the Klang Valley that has not been vaccinated, better hurry to the nearest PPV that offer walk-in vaccination. Here’s the list by MKN.
If you are still on the fence about getting the vaccine, here’s some advice: