Covid-19 vaccine consent form going viral is fake, says MOH

Image of the fake Covid-19 vaccine injection consent form

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By Ling Hui

KUCHING, Feb 18: Ministry of Health (MOH) has confirmed that a Covid-19 vaccine injection consent form that went viral on social media is fake.

MOH explained that the form was neither issued by the Ministry nor from the National Covid-19 Immunisation Program which will kick off on Feb 27.

“The fake Covid-19 vaccine injection consent form has gone viral in social media.

“The Ministry of Health would like to clarify that the image or news is fake. It is not issued by MOH and it is not the consent form for the national Covid-19 immunisation program,” it said in its official Facebook account yesterday (Feb 17).

According to the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme Handbook published by the Vaccine Supply Access Special Committee (JKJAV), there are five methods for the public to register for vaccinations.

Two of the online methods are through the MySejahtera mobile application and the website at

Another three methods for manual registration include contacting the hotline which will be revealed in due time, through outreach programmes for residents in rural and urban areas, and visiting the public and private health clinics.

Following the registration, information regarding the appointments for vaccination such as dates and place of vaccination will be informed through the MySejahtera app, phone calls or text messages. — DayakDaily