Malaysian Government Enrolls Private Hospitals In COVID-19 Vaccination Drive
The Malaysian government has agreed to allow private hospitals to be used as vaccination centers in phases two and three of the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme, said Health Minister Adham Baba on Monday (April 12).
He said the government would provide the vaccines for free to the private hospitals to widen access to the public. There are 203 private hospitals in the country and the ministry welcomes all private hospitals to step forward to contribute their resources for the people and the country.
Private hospitals that are interested in taking part in the program may register through the Website of ProtectHealth Corporation. Through the website, private hospitals can obtain information such as vaccination methods, the scope of work, requirements, and payment rates.
It is to be noted that through this initiative, Malaysians will be able to receive their vaccinations either from government or private facilities.
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