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Various initiatives have been implemented by state governments to speed up the vaccination process in their respective states to ensure everyone will receive their shots.
Initiatives are also being conducted by various institutions to help facilitate vaccinations to target groups.
In Kelantan, the Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) medical campus in Kubang Kerian took the initiative to vaccinate almost 300 persons with disabilities (PwD) using the static method to make administering the shots easier for them.
Medical campus director Prof Dr Shaiful Bahari Ismail said through this method, they would be vaccinated while seated, without having to move, and the entire process would take around 30 minutes (including the 15-minute observation period).
“Only medical personnel, including doctors and nurses, would move to vaccinate each person from one chair to another.
“For the first dose session, they need to enter the hall for the Covid-19 vaccine consultation, while for the second dose, they will be vaccinated using the drive-through method,” he said at the Covid-19 Vaccination Outreach Programme at the USM medical campus special vaccination centre yesterday.
In Kedah, the opening of the mega vaccination centre at Amanjaya Sports Arena, which will begin operations tomorrow, is expected to speed up vaccination for residents in the Kuala Muda District, and hopefully lead to herd immunity by the end of October.
Kuala Muda Covid-19 Immunisation Task Force (CITF) director cum Kuala Muda district officer Abdullah Hashim said the programme, with the assistance of ProtectHealth Corporation Sdn Bhd, involves two other health institutions, Murshida Medical Centre and Poliklinik An-Nisa, as Health Care Organiser (HCO).
“The mega centre will operate from 8.30am until 8.30pm and 5,000 doses will be administered daily in stages.
“The mega centre will not accept walk-ins, so vaccine recipients are advised to stick to their appointments to avoid crowding,” Abdullah told a press conference.
Meanwhile, in Penang, Seberang Perai Tengah Mobile Vaccination Outreach Programme secretariat official Mohd Fadhil Fahmi Zaini said awareness among the public, especially the elderly, is positive, following a rise in their arrivals at the centre.
Fadhil said this development will help efforts to curb the spread of Covid-19 within the community.
“Therefore, proactive action from related agencies at the community level, such as providing information about the effectiveness of vaccination, must be intensified,” he said, adding that they will conduct house-to-house vaccinations for the elderly and bedridden PwDs.
Penang Infrastructure and Transport Committee chairperson Zairil Khir Johari expressed his hopes in a statement yesterday that the Construction Industry Vaccination (CIVac) programme could be expedited.