COVID-19 Management

What is COVID-19 vaccination?

COVID-19 vaccines help our bodies develop immunity to the virus that causes COVID-19 without us having to get the illness.

Why you need COVID-19 vaccination

An individual needs COVID-19 vaccine to induce passive immunity by antibodies production against COVID-19 infection. Let's protect yourself and others.

What are types of vaccine available in Malaysia

Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine


Sinovac-CoronaVac COVID-19 vaccine


How to book

1. Makesure you are registered for vaccination via MySejathera App

2. Kindly choose type of doses =1,2, booster

3. Choose type of service;

-Onsite (home / office)

-Walk in to ePink Health Centre

-Partner clinic

4. Choose the slot time

5. Complete booking form and wait for a call from ePink Health .


What are the types of COVID-19 Vaccination programme available in Malaysia?


-Paid COVID-19 immunization programme (Only Sinovac)

Who can get vaccinated?

12 years old and above as of January 2021 without any medical contraindications.

What should you bring during the vaccination?

Please bring your NRIC or passport for registration & MySejahtera App in your mobile

Why book via ePink Health?

    ePink Health Consultant will walk through the entire step in the booking process.

    Set your vaccination from wherever, whenever

    Hassle Free vaccination Process

    Free Teleconsultation(Before & After)

    Free Medication Delivery


Frequently Asked Question

The COVID-19 vaccines have been shown to lower the risk of contracting the illness. Even if you do contract the illness, it reduces the risk of serious complications and hospitalization.
Yes, there is still a possibility of getting infected after receiving the vaccine. However, this does not mean that vaccination is not effective. The vaccine significantly reduces the risk of contracting the illness and also complications from the disease.
Vaccines are generally safe. In most cases, individuals receiving the vaccine can expect to experience side effects like fever, lethargy and pain at the vaccination site. Post-vaccination, you will be directed to an observational area, so immediate help can be given if you experience any serious side effects. You will also be advised on the necessary actions to take if your symptoms worsen after leaving the centre.
Patients with a high risk of bleeding such as patients on anticoagulation or a thrombocytopenia medication should get their doctor’s advice before receiving the vaccine.

According to the guidelines, individuals with allergic reactions to certain foods or drugs need to get advice from their doctors to ensure the vaccine is safe for them.

However, there are a few conditions where the vaccines are contraindicated.

1. People with severe allergic reactions such as anaphylaxis after a previous dose or towards any ingredients in the COVID-19 vaccine.

2. People with severe allergic reactions or anaphylaxis towards any substances or other medications.

The risk of death following vaccination is extremely low. Many of the reported deaths were not caused by the vaccine itself, but rather the underlying illness the patient had. The risk of you dying after being infected by the COVID-19 virus is much higher if you are not vaccinated.
Pregnant women have a higher risk of mortality and hospitalisation if infected with COVID-19. Therefore you are advised to receive the vaccine if you are pregnant or planning to get pregnant.
Yes, elderly individuals are among the high-risk group that can get seriously ill and have high mortality risk if infected with COVID-19. Therefore, please protect them by getting them vaccinated.
Having a prior Covid-19 infection does not necessarily confer protection against the virus. The vaccine is therefore still necessary.
You have a lower risk of spreading the virus after getting a complete vaccination. However, if you are infected with the delta variant, you might be able to spread the virus to others. Therefore it is important for everyone to stay vigilant and still practice social distancing, hand hygiene and wear a mask in public.
No, the vaccines trigger an immune response in your body by introducing it to either the part of the virus or virus that has been weakened or inactivated and not the live virus, so, it will not infect you with Covid.
Even though children are less susceptible to getting seriously ill from the COVID-19 infection, they still can get the infection, spread it to others, get ill or complications from it. Vaccinating children and adolescents will protect them and vulnerable people around them such as immunocompromised children, the elderly and other vulnerable groups.
The vaccines have undergone intensive safety monitoring to ensure it is safe to be administered in children and adolescents. Only those that have fulfilled the criteria and approved by FDA and other safety regulation boards are allowed to be given to this group.
At the moment, the vaccines are given to children aged 12 years and above.

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