News & Reviews: COVID-19 vaccine
MySejahtera: No plans for 4th dose currently, disregard vaccine appointment link if you’re fully vaccinatedMar 23, 2022
MySejahtera, the mobile application developed by the Malaysian Government to facilitate contact tracing has assured Malaysians that there would not be any administration of a fourth Covid-19 vaccine dose as of right now. Furthermore, users are also advised to disregard any vaccine appointment links if they have already been fully vaccinated.
Taking to its official Facebook page, MySejahtera addressed the confusion surrounding Covid-19 vaccine appointment links received by the app users recently. Some received the link even though they have already gotten the Covid-19 vaccine as well as its booster dose.
Jan 19, 2022
As you may know, the Malaysian government arranges COVID-19 vaccines based on age groups. Elderly people get priority, with younger people getting their doses later. Now, the government is allowing parents to register their children as dependents.
Sep 21, 2021
Other than producing tech devices like smartphones, smartwatches, and tablets, Korean tech giant Samsung could soon be on a task that can help to curb the pandemic. The latest report claims that the company could help develop and produce COVID-19 vaccines in the future.
Feb 23, 2021
A few weeks back, the Ministry of Health announced that the MySejahtera app will be getting a notable update. It will allow users to register for COVID-19 vaccination and receive notifications when the time comes. This update is now officially available on iOS and soon on Android.
Dec 07, 2020
Like many other countries around the world, Malaysia has started running clinical trials for COVID-19 vaccines. Currently, one of the vaccines our country will be procuring is from Phizer. But MYEG has also announced that it will also be working with another company to bring in a COVID-19 vaccine.