MIRI: Members of the public who have not yet registered for the Covid-19 vaccination are urged to do so immediately via the MySejahtera application.
Transport Minister Datuk Lee Kim Shin, who is also in charge of the Divisional Disaster Management Committee (DDMC) Miri, issued the reminder during his visit to the Miri National Youth Skills Institute which would be used as a AstraZeneca (AZ) Vaccination Centre (PPV) from June 7 to July 27.
“If you do not have the MySejahtera application or access to the internet, please register with the District Offices, through the Village Head, Kapitan and Tuai Rumah, through Miri City Council, Subis District Council, Marudi District Council or register at the nearest Health Clinic (for rural areas only).
“In the meantime, those who receive appointment notifications through the MySejahtera application must be present on time or 30 minutes early. Those who have not received the appointment notices cannot walk into the centre,” he said while examining the final preparations for the vaccination programme at the Miri National Youth Skills Institute.
Lee also reminded the public to stay vigilant and to strictly adhere to the Covid-19 Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
Present during Lee’s visit was the acting Resident of Miri Division and chairman of the Miri Division Disaster Management Committee Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusuf; Divisional Health Officer, Divisional Health Department Dr. P. Raviwharmman Packierisamy; Miri Hospital director Dr. Jack Wong Siew Yu; Miri District Rela officer Mohamad Afizi Salam; Senior Fire Chief II Ahmad Nizam Sapaiee; and Health Care Organiser (HCO) Dr Kang Tzin Rong from Kang Family Clinic who is responsible for the administration of AZ vaccine and observation of vaccine recipients at the Miri National Youth Skills Institute.