Klang Valley residents will continue to have walk-in vaccination privileges, with some changes from 23 August onwards.
Here is what you need to know!
New Walk-In Vaccination Details For Klang Valley!
On 22 August 2021, JKJAV announced that walk-in vaccination for Klang Valley would be extended, with some changes.
Who Can Walk In For COVID-19 Vaccination?
Walk-in vaccination will only be allowed for Malaysian citizens who :
- have NOT received a vaccine appointment, or
- had previously cancelled their vaccine appointment, or
- have NOT registered for vaccination
Foreigners and undocumented migrants are NO LONGER allowed to walk-in for their vaccinations.
Which PPVs Accept Walk-In Vaccination?
From 23 August 2021 onwards, you can walk-in for your vaccination at these PPVs (vaccination centres) :
- KL Convention nCentre (KLCC) : HCO F, G and H
- Axiata Arena, Bukit Jalil : HCO A and B
- Ideal Convention Centre (IDCC), Shah Alam : HCO B
- Bangi Avenue Convention Centre (BACC)
- Hotel Wyndham Acmar Klang
- Dewan Civic MBPJ (MBPJ Civic Centre), Petaling Jaya
- Stadium Tertutup Kuala Selangor (Kuala Selangor Closed Stadium)
- Dewan Seri Bernam (Seri Bernam Hall), Sabak Bernam
- Dewan Kompleks Sukan Majlis Perbandaran Kuala Langat
(Kuala Langat Town Council Sports Complex)
From 25 August 2021 onwards, you can walk-in for your vaccination at these PPVs (vaccination centres) :
- Le Pavilion Gamuda Garden, Gombak
- Bukit Beruntung Golf Resort
From 26 August 2021 onwards, you can walk-in for your vaccination at these PPVs (vaccination centres) :
- Galaxy Mall, Ampang
- Universiti Multimedia, Cyberjaya
What Do You Need To Bring?
You must being proof of residence in Klang Valley – Kuala Lumpur, Selangor or Putrajaya.
For example, it can be your identity card, driving licence, utility bill, credit card bill, employment card, student card, etc.
Missed Second Dose Appointments
Those who missed their second dose appointments can walk into any PPV for their second dose vaccinations.
However, you will only receive the same vaccine as your first dose. If the PPV you walk into does not offer the same vaccine, you will be redirected to another PPV that does.
No More Walk-In Vaccination For Foreigners In Klang Valley!
Foreigners will no longer be allowed to walk in for vaccination in the Bukit Jalil Stadium from 23 August 2021 onwards.
To ensure safer vaccinations, foreigners will be asked to register for vaccination through these channels :
Instead of walking in for their vaccinations, they will receive vaccine appointments.
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