KUALA LUMPUR: Vaccine recipients at the vaccination centre (PPV) at the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre (Mitec) expressed their satisfaction with the smooth process.
Among them were senior citizens, persons with disabilities and those with chronic diseases who were given priority in the second phase of the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme.
First-dose vaccine recipient Asrida Daud said yesterday that the facilities provided such as elevators and wheelchairs were extremely helpful.
“I can’t walk or stand too long, so my son used one of the wheelchairs available to ease my movement.
“I only had to show my appointment details on the MySejahtera app and the staff took me straight to the vaccination station, ” said the 70-year-old.
Second-dose vaccine recipient Foo Gim Suat, 85, was happy to complete the process comfortably.
“The situation was peaceful and under control.The hall was big and the staff were helpful in guiding us directly to the vaccination station, ” she said.
Starting June 7, the Mitec PPV will operate on a mega scale by increasing its daily capacity to 8,000 vaccine recipients from the current capacity of 2,400 to 2,800 recipients. — Bernama