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28 JANUARY 2022 – With the beginning of the Omicron wave in Malaysia and as per the Ministry of Health (MOH) announcement, ProtectHealth Corporation Sdn. Bhd (ProtectHealth) would like to inform that all Vacccination Centres (PPVs) operated by Private Medical Practitioners and Healthcare NGOs under ProtectHealth will implement walk-in vaccinations to all adults aged 18 and above effective 29 January 2022, Saturday nationwide. This is an initiative apart from the MySejahtera vaccination appointments, to expand the coverage and expedite the booster dose vaccinations.

A list of PPVs under ProtectHealth can be found from the ProtectHealth website at The PPVs list will be updated from time to time.

To facilitate the process, individuals who wish to walk-in for their vaccination must ensure that their digital vaccination certificate in the MySejahtera application is complete. Vaccinees with MySejahtera appointments will take priority and jabs will be offered on a first-come, first-serve basis. It is possible depending on demand that some people will be asked to return the following day if the session they attend reaches full capacity. Vaccinees are advised to adhere to SOP and not congregate at the PPVs to avoid overcrowding.

However, members of the public who wish to get vaccination at their preferred or nearby private clinics registered under ProtectHealth, are advised to contact the clinics before going for the walk-in. This is to avoid overcrowding as most of the private clinics can accommodate small capacity at one time.

ProtectHealth Chief Executive Officer, Dato’ Dr. Anas Alam Faizli said, “In addition to practising the wearing of face masks and the #TRIIS, ProtectHealth calls upon all who are eligible, to get the booster dose to protect themselves and those around us for optimum protection.”

Meanwhile, members of the public will still get the appointments via MySejahtera app as the vaccination on appointment basis is still ongoing and verified. 

As of January 27, 2022, more than 11.5 million booster doses have been administered and 75.7% or 8.7 million doses were contributed by Private Medical Practitioners (PMPs) and Healthcare Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) under ProtectHealth. 

Lindung Diri, Lindung Semua.