The vaccination centre at Kuala Lumpur World Trade Centre (WTCKL) has just increase their vaccination capacity to 8,100 doses a day starting today (May 15). This makes it the largest-scale vaccination centre (PPV) in Malaysia to date.
According to Harian Metro, ProtectHealth Corporation Sdn Bhd (ProtectHealth) Chief Executive Officer, Dr Anas Alam Faizi said that the PPV could only provide 2,400 doses of vaccine a day previously.
Apart from WTCKL, the vaccination capacity of the PPV at Universiti Malaya and Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia will be increased from 900 daily doses to 1,300 daily doses.
The PPV currently provides only AstraZeneca vaccines and the appointment starts at 9 a.m. and the last appointment for the day is expected to be at 8.30 p.m. To make things more convenient for the disable people (OKU), they’ve prepared a special route for them too.
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In addition to the current 3 PPVs, Dr Anas said that the fourth PPV at Shah Alam Ideal Convention Center (IDCC) is schedule to operate on 24 May with a vaccination capacity of 3,000 daily doses.
With this, the Malaysian Government will be able to increase the vaccination progress and we’ll be able to reduce the risk of Covid-19 being spread wildly again.
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