Elderly, high-risk groups advised to bring along medical record book when going for Covid-19 vaccine jabs

File photo depicting a vaccination centre in Kuching, ready to receive patients.

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SEBAUH, June 16: The elderly and people categorised as being in high-risk groups have been advised to bring along their medical record books and identity cards when going to get their Covid-19 vaccination at the Balai Raya Sebauh vaccination centre (PPV).

In a news report by Sarawak Public Communication Unit (UKAS) today, the medical record book is necessary to enable medical officers to check the status of their health prior to administering the vaccine jabs.

On Sunday, a total of 234 residents of Sebauh District received the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine shots, which ended at about 2pm.

Currently, the Covid-19 vaccination drive in Sebauh District is still focusing on senior citizens and those with comorbidities. — DayakDaily