With the government now focusing on full recovery mode, they've been announcing a lot of perks for fully inoculated Malaysians.
From interdistrict travels
to dine-in at restraurants to watching movies
in cinemas and yes, even flying to Langkawi
, things are slowly returning back to normal for those who've received two doses of the vaccination.
And if you're one of those who've yet to get your shots and you plan on walking in, here's a gentle reminder: better do it soon.
Your last chance, guys!
The government has announced that they will be ending the walk-in vaccination service in the Klang Valley next week.
According to a report by News Straits Times
quoting Science, Technology, and Innovation (Mosti) Minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba, the decision was made due to the small rate of unvaccinated Klang Valley population and a low presence at vaccination centres (PPV).
The last day for Malaysians to walk in and get their jabs will be on 15 September.
Dr Adham said that individuals who have not been vaccinated but wish to get the shots after the date can go to certain health clinics beginning 16 September to get their jabs.
Dr Adham added that the termination of the walk-in vaccination service only applies to PPVs in the Klang Valley, and those in other states will not be affected.
"However, the end of walk-in vaccinations is only in the Klang Valley.
"Walk-ins in other states will continue," he was quoted as saying.
Dr Adham added that planned outreach programmes will continue to ensure no one is left out from the COVID-19 National Immunisation Programme.
Take this as the final call, boys and girls. Get your vaccine shots before it's too late.