Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Malaysia’s vaccination journey, shot by shot

The country rallies in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, from the arrival of the first supply of vaccines in February to the rollout of the various phases of the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme.

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A DHL van transports the first supply of jabs to the Kuala Lumpur health clinic.

Frontline workers register the first group of people to be given the Pfizer jabs at the Maeps quarantine centre in Serdang.

A health worker finishes some last minute preparations before administering a dose of vaccine to a police officer during the first phase of the national vaccination programme for frontliners at the Maeps quarantine centre in Serdang.

A health worker fills a syringe with Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine, to be administered to a frontliner at the UiTM hospital in Sungai Buloh.

A frontline worker receives a shot of Covid-19 vaccine at the UiTM hospital in Sungai Buloh while another watches the process from the hallway outside.

A doctor at the UiTM Hospital in Sungai Buloh watches as a health worker administers a jab of Covid-19 vaccine under the first phase of the national immunisation programme.

A health worker escorted by a police officer pushes a trolley bearing a temperature-controlled storage box filled with vials of Pfizer vaccine as he follows a pharmacist down the hall of Hospital Pengajian Universiti Putra Malaysia in Serdang.

A pharmacist checks the temperature of the vaccines before sending them on to the vaccination room.

A health assistant monitors the condition of vaccine recipients who have already received their shots.

Volunteers for the AstraZeneca jab wait for their turn to be vaccinated on the first day of the vaccine’s rollout at the World Trade Centre in Kuala Lumpur.

People wait for their turn to be given a shot of the Sinovac vaccine at the Mitec vaccination centre in Kuala Lumpur.

Residents from the transit centre in Kuala Lumpur wait in line to receive their second dose of Sinovac vaccine at Anjung Kelana in Taman Desa.

A staff member of the Kuala Lumpur City Hall helps senior citizens check through their details on the MySejahtera app before they are given a dose of vaccine at the PKNS flats in Kampung Baru.

People queue to enter the Mitec vaccination centre in Kuala Lumpur where health workers administer shots of the Sinovac vaccine.

A medical worker at the Mitec vaccination centre explains the effects of the Covid-19 vaccine to recipients after going through their medical history.

An elderly woman in a wheelchair is helped up the ramp of a bus repurposed as a mobile vaccination centre under the Wilayah Prihatin programme at the PKNS flats in Kampung Baru.

Health workers administer shots of Sinovac vaccine to residents of the Pantai Ria flats in Kuala Lumpur in a truck repurposed as a mobile vaccination centre, especially designed to reach those in the B40 and senior citizen group who are less tech-savvy and may have trouble using the MySejahtera app.

People wait for their turn outside the vaccination booths at the Mitec vaccination centre in Kuala Lumpur.

A man watches as a health worker fills a syringe with the AstraZeneca vaccine at the World Trade Centre in Kuala Lumpur.

A health worker brings in a fresh supply of vaccine at the Mitec vaccination centre in Kuala Lumpur.

A medical worker from the Tangling medical centre administers a second dose of vaccine to a homeless person leaning on a crutch from the Anjung Kelana Transformation Centre in Taman Desa.

Another homeless man receives a second shot of vaccine at the temporary vaccination centre in Anjung Kelana, Taman Desa.

A medical worker throws a used syringe into a special disposal bin after administering a dose of vaccine in Anjung Kelana, Taman Desa.

Used syringes lie in a special disposal bin during the Covid-19 vaccination programme for homeless people at Anjung Kelana, Taman Desa.

A health worker reaches for a syringe at a drive-thru vaccination centre for the families of armed forces personnel at the Sungai Besi army camp.

Students from the National Defence University of Malaysia receive their jabs at the drive-thru vaccination centre at the army base in Sungai Besi.

Health workers administer shots of Covid-19 vaccine to armed forces personnel at the drive-thru vaccination centre at the Sungai Besi army base.

The wife of an armed forces personnel rolls up her sleeve to receive a shot of Covid-19 vaccine while her husband holds their child in their car at the drive-thru vaccination centre at the Sungai Besi army base.

A soldier monitors vaccine recipients who must wait for 20 minutes before leaving the vaccination centre in order to ensure the absence of negative side effects.

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