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PUTRAJAYA, Oct 2 -- Beginning Monday, vaccination for adults, including foreigners in the Klang Valley will only be implemented by appointment at health clinics and district health offices, according to the COVID-19 Immunisation Task Force (CITF).
CITF said individuals who wish to get their COVID-19 vaccine, including those who have missed their second dose appointment, should make an appointment in advance by calling the respective district vaccination operation rooms or via email.
The list of health clinics in Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya that can be contacted to get an appointment for COVID-19 vaccination:-
Kuala Lumpur Health Clinic email@example.com (011-12311904)
Setapak Health Clinic firstname.lastname@example.org (03-41425429)
Kampung Pandan Health Clinic email@example.com (017-5558108)
Datuk Keramat Health Clinic firstname.lastname@example.org (014-3227543)
Jinjang Health Clinic email@example.com (03-62583355)
Sentul Health Clinic firstname.lastname@example.org (03-62500594)
Batu Muda Health Clinic email@example.com (03-62415322)
Tanglin Health Clinic firstname.lastname@example.org (03-26983311) (03-26983580) (03-26983490)
Muhibbah Health Clinic email@example.com (03-77726040)
Bandar Tun Razak Health Clinic ppvkkbtr@ gmail.com (03-91713333)
Sungai Besi Health Clinic firstname.lastname@example.org (03-90549911)
Cheras Baru Health Clinic ppvkkcherasbaru@ gmail.com (03-91333322)
Putrajaya Precinct 18 Health Clinic email@example.com (013-8880938)
The list of district health offices in Selangor to be contacted to secure a vaccination appointment:-
According to CITF, all the health clinics and district health offices will operate from Monday to Friday, 8 am to 5 pm.
As for the COVID-19 vaccination exercise for teenagers aged 12 to 17, CITF said the public can refer to the announcement made by the Health Ministry.
For enquiries and further information, the public can contact the nearest health clinic and district health office.
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