MySejahtera has now been updated to include a new page that showed the user’s vaccination progress. This particular page was first shown to the public by the Director-General of Health, Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah during the kick-off day of the National COVID-19 Immunisation Programme.
As you can see in the photo above, the page listed down the user’s registration date as well as their vaccine administration dates. Aside from that, the page will also state the vaccine serial and batch numbers as well as the location of the user’s Vaccination Administration Centre.
From the same page, users can also provide reports regarding symptoms that may have occurred after they receive their vaccine. In addition to the vaccination progress page inside MySejahtera, the public will also receive a digital and physical slip that acknowledge their vaccination.
However, those that have registered earlier may not able to see the progress page at first, just like what we have encountered ourselves last night. In our experience, the page would only then appear to us when we answered the questionnaire from the “CLICK HERE” link on this particular page.
Not only that, the date that is shown on the page is not our registration original date which was supposed to be 23 February. In regards to this, the Minister of Science, Innovation, and Technology, Khairy Jamaluddin has assured that the back-end system has recorded the original registration date of those who have registered themselves prior to this UI update.
MySj has been doing a UI update to push this to everyone that has registered. Wait for the push. Don’t register again. For those that did & see later date of registration, rest assured we have record of your first try. Appointments given based on the first time you registered. pic.twitter.com/NkBgEW7tUE
— Khairy Jamaluddin 🇲🇾🌺 (@Khairykj) March 4, 2021
As of 3:00 PM yesterday, more than 1.7 million people have registered themselves for vaccination using MySejathtera according to the stats released by the Special Committee For Ensuring Access COVID-19 Vaccine Supply (JKJAV). Registration via JKJAV’s website and hotline will be opened from Friday, 5 March onwards.