List of PPV in Cyberjaya

CITF Website Screenshot - 21 July 2021
CITF Website Screenshot - 21 July 2021

Pusat Pemberian Vaksin (PPV) is the name given for places used to vaccinate people in Malaysia. In the largest vaccination drive ever, Malaysia aims to inoculate at least 80% of its population to ensure herd immunity is achieved. While vaccines alone cannot completely prevent COVID-19 infection, it can definitely help in reducing possibility of adverse effect resulting from the infection. In this article, we are going to share the list of PPV in Cyberjaya.

List of PPV in Cyberjaya

This list is based on CITF website as of 21 July 2021. As of now, Hospital Cyberjaya has not been opened yet. Therefore, other than PPV, in case if you would like to go to a healthcare facility, your best bet would be Hospital Serdang (same district), Hospital Putrajaya (different state, different district) or Klinik Kesihatan Dengkil (same district).

As of 22 July 2021, there is only one PPV for the whole Sepang District in Selangor, which is

Multimedia University (MMU), Cyberjaya. Tel: +601300800668

Klinik Hazra Medic. Tel: +60383223279

Orion Clinic. Tel: +60388008934

Poliklinik Medi Ihsan. Tel: +60387059287

List of PPV near to Cyberjaya

Dewan Serbaguna Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi. Tel: +60387753688

Hospital Serdang. Tel: +60389475555

Movenpick Hotel & Convention Centre KLIA. Tel: +60386618661

Klinik Dr Nina, Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi. Tel: +60387054776

Klinik Masya, Sepang. Tel: +60387060544

You Have Vaccine Appointment? Read here before going to PPV

Before your proceed with visiting PPV to inoculate yourself, there are few things to consider.

History of allergies to medicine: If you have history of adverse allergic reaction to certain types of medicines, there is a probability that you will have to take your vaccine at government hospitals. Therefore, we strongly recommend you to have a proper consultation with your doctor first. This is to ensure that you are fit to take the vaccine at the assigned PPV.

If you are pregnant: If you are pregnant, you will need to consult your Klinik Kesihatan (KK) or any O&G doctor. These are the doctors that you meet during your regular maternity check-up. Additionally, you also need to check with your doctor whether the appointment date follows the specified inoculation schedule based on your pregnancy term. Do remember to follow the latest guidelines and information by Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia (KKM).

Sources

  1. Jawatankuasa Khas Jaminan Akses Bekalan Vaksin COVID-19 (JKJAV)

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