Experienced in Operating Mega PPVs
Health Junction has been working with our local health Official Partner department such as ProtectHealth to provide COVID 19 vaccinations in Mega PPVs to help boost the National COVID 19 Immunization Programme.
Now we are an authorized healthcare facility working with PharmaNiaga to provide on site Sinovac COVID 19 vaccines for companies.
Select vaccination centres or clinics near you at your convenience.
Pick the time slots that best suit your schedule.
Make payment to lock in your booking.
Ensure youre available on the time slot selected and be punctual. Health Junction will provide a reminder via email 1 day before your first dose.
The time slot for your second dose will be scheduled upon administration of your first jab.
After you completed both dosages, a Digital Vaccine Certificate with a unique identifier will be issued to you via the MySejahtera App.
Congratulations! You’re vaccinated.
As part of our services we assist companies develop and deploy vaccination strategies. In the past this has included flu and other vaccinations. Today, the focus is on Covid-19.
Do your part by registering with us for theCovid-19 Vaccination Programme.
Select apreferred clinic
Registration & Booking of Vaccine
Upon payment, your
appointment details for your
first dose will be confirmed via
email. Your second dose will be
scheduled during your first visit
to our vaccination centre.
You can contact our hotline at
About the Vaccine
The COVID-19 vaccine stimulates the immune system, so that if exposed to the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the body can respond to the COVID-19 infection. Various methods such as mRNA, viral vectors, deactivating viruses and protein sub-units have been used to create safe and effective COVID 19 vaccines.
The side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine that have been reported are usually mild and temporary. The most commonly reported side effects are: pain / swelling / redness on the injection site feeling tired or lethargic headaches shivers joint pains feverish nausea feeling unwell swelling of the lymph nodes other side effects that may be reported from time to time.
Yes, the COVID-19 vaccine can be given to individuals who have recovered from a COVID-19 infection.
Currently, taking the COVID-19 vaccine is voluntary, but it is highly recommended to achieve herd immunity.
The National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Division (NPRA) is the governing body that evaluates the vaccines needed to be registered in Malaysia. NPRA will then present an evaluation of its findings to the Drug Control Authority (PBKD) which is the authority responsible for approving or rejecting the application for registration of pharmaceutical products including vaccines. Only vaccines that meet safety, quality and efficacy standards are to be registered for use in Malaysia.
The WHO Strategic Advisory Group of Experts (SAGE) on Immunization has issued Interim recommendations for the use of the inactivated COVID-19 vaccine, Sinovac-CoronaVac, developed by Sinovac/China National Pharmaceutical Group.
Two doses should be administered for primary immunization. The second dose is preferably given 14 to 28 days after the first dose. 0.5mL per dose.