Vaccine Name

: CoronaVac COVID-19 Vaccine (Sinovac) – 2 doses

Price

: RM380 for 2 doses (price inclusive of vaccination and consumables)

Vaccine Name

CoronaVac COVID-19 Vaccine (Sinovac) – 2 doses

Price

RM380 for 2 doses (price inclusive of vaccination and consumables)

If you have allergies or belong to one of the high-risk groups (refer FAQs on COVID-19 Vaccine, No 5), please consult your regular doctor or medical specialist and kindly bring along Slip “Penilaian Kesesuaian Menerima Vaksin COVID-19 Bagi Pesakit Dengan Masalah Kesihatan Tertentu”.

Wisma LifeCare, Jalan Kerinchi, Bangsar South, Kuala Lumpur. How to get here:
  1. By car : Use Google Maps or Waze
  2. By e-hailing services : Where to? ‘LifeCare Diagnostic Medical Centre’
  3. By public transport : LRT Kelana Jaya Line 
    1. KL Gateway – Universiti Station – 550m | 5 min
    2. Kerinchi Station – 1.3KM |6 min
Where to Park:
  1. Wisma LifeCare
    1. Basement 1 carpark (limited to 85 carpark)
    2. Basement 2 carpark (limited to 35 carpark)
  2. Invito Hotel (Capri by Fraser) – 65m |1 min
  3. Nexus Bangsar South – 360m |2 min
If you are wheelchair bound:
  1. Wisma LifeCare
    1. Drop-off at lobby area
    2. Park at the wheelchair-friendly zones – Basement 1 carpark (limited to 2 carparks)
  1. What Should I Do?
    • Purchase 2 doses (per person) of CoronaVac COVID-19 Vaccine (Sinovac) @RM###  (Price inclusive of vaccination and consumables)
      1. One transaction can purchase up to 20 doses (10 persons) of COVID-19 Vaccine (Sinovac) ONLY
      2. You must schedule your vaccination appointment within 14 days after the purchase date as the appointment link (in the email) expires thereafter.
      3. Your first dose must be vaccinated within 90 days after purchase date. LifeCare will ensure appointment slots are available within 30 days from the purchase date.
      4. Please note that second dose of vaccination appointment is auto-generated based on your first dose appointment
      5. You are allowed 1x change of your 1st dose appointment only. Rescheduling of appointment to be done ONE (1) day in advance.
      6. All vaccinations are required to be purchase online ONLY (no walk in / over-the-counter purchase).
    •  Book your appointment
      1. Appointment form will appear after the transaction is completed.
      2. Details required for appointment:
        1. Full Name
        2. Mobile Number
        3. Email
        4. IC/Passport Number
        5. Nationality
        6. Date of Birth
        7. Gender.
      3. You will receive an email confirmation with LifeCare COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment Card
      4. Strictly follow your Appointment Date and Time. Please arrive 15 minutes before your Appointment Time
      5. Further information on your appointment, please contact us at +6032241361

2. What Should I Bring?

  • Your original copy of Identification Card or Passport
  • An email confirmation with LifeCare COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment Card (barcode)
  • If you have any medical conditions, kindly bring along your relevant medical letter or medical report from your doctor, as well as a list of your current medication
  • If you have allergies or belong to one of the high-risk groups (refer FAQs on COVID-19 Vaccine, No 5), please consult your regular doctor or medical specialist and kindly bring along Slip “Penilaian Kesesuaian Menerima Vaksin COVID-19 Bagi Pesakit Dengan Masalah Kesihatan Tertentu”.

3. What Should I Wear?

  • You may opt for a t-shirt with a sleeve that can be easily folded up for the vaccination and a comfortable pair of pants
  • We will advise to bring along a jacket as it might get cold while waiting in the hall

4. What Should I Expect?

  • Please do not come empty stomach for your vaccination appointment.
  • Strictly follow your Appointment Date and Time. Please arrive 15 minutes before your Appointment Time.
  • Upon arrival, proceed to Ground Floor, Wisma LifeCare:
    1. Station 1:
      • Temperature check
      • Appointment confirmation
    2. Station 2:
      • Consent form confirmation
      • Health declaration
    3. Station 3:
      • Registration (barcode from email)
    4. Station 4:
      • Vaccination
    5. Station 5:
      1. Observation
    6. Station 6:
      1. Collection of 2nd dose appointment card
  1. Can a person get COVID-19 from the vaccine?
    No. None of the approved vaccines contain live SARS COV-2 virus, so they cannot cause COVID-19 illness. Vaccines induce your immune system to recognise and fight off disease, but they do not actually cause an infection.
  2. Who should take the COVID-19 Vaccine?
    • Individuals who are 18 years of age and older
    • Individuals who are suffering from the conditions listed below (high-risk of suffering from severe COVID-19 disease if infected):
      • Type I or Type II diabetes
      • Obesity (BMI >40 with obesity-related disease)
      • High blood pressure
      • High cholesterol level in blood
      • Heart diseases (congenital, atrial fibrillation, coronary artery disease & heart failure
      • Lung diseases (asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)
      • Cancer (treatment completed & disease stable)
      • Chronic kidney disease (Stages 3-5, undergoing dialysis)
    • Vaccination is also safe and recommended for:
      • After acute illness: Fever (2 weeks after recovery)
      • Other vaccines (2 weeks after receiving other vaccines)
      • Mild allergies sufferers (food, medicine, insects bites – rashes, itchiness, swelling)
      • HIV patients (stable conditions)
      • Was infected with COVID-19 (3-6 months after recovery)
  3. What are the possible side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine? Will a person feel unwell after vaccination?
    The side effects may include pain, redness, swelling and itchiness where the vaccine was given. Some people experience local injection site reactions within 1-2 days after the vaccine, but they are usually resolved itself. Other side effects include tiredness, headache, fever, chills, muscle or joint soreness, nausea and vomiting. Most people feel those side effects slightly more after the second dose.
  4. Are vaccine side effects a good sign?
    The side effects are part of the immune response to the vaccine. However, everyone’s reaction to the vaccine is different, so the absence of side effects after vaccination does not mean the vaccine is not working. 
  5. CONSULT your REGULAR DOCTOR or MEDICAL SPECIALIST –  Slip “Penilaian Kesesuaian Menerima Vaksin COVID-19 Bagi Pesakit Dengan Masalah Kesihatan Tertentu”. 
    • If you have allergies and are unsure about the severity
    • If you belong to one of the high-risk groups below:
      • Blood/ bleeding disorders 
        • on medications that can cause bleeding or affect the ability to form clots,
        • haemophilia patients, 
        • undergoing follow-up treatment caused by low platelet count, 
        • On blood-thinning medications who are under observation and with scheduled follow-up appointments
      • Weakened immune system due to medical conditions or treatments
        • Cancer patients currently undergoing treatment
        • Individuals with organ transplantation history
        • Individuals with chronic HIV infection
        • Individuals on immunosuppressants
        • Individuals with autoimmune diseases (SLE and rheumatoid arthritis on specialised medication)
      • Severe allergy reactions (anaphylaxis)*
        • Towards vaccines, medications or shots that may contain polyethylene glycol (PEG) or polysorbate
        • From unknown causes
        • After receiving the first dose within 72 hours
        • Towards contents found in COVID-19 Vaccine

*you are to receive your vaccination in Hospital settings for possible severe reaction post vaccination

  1. Who is eligible to receive CoronaVac COVID-19 Vaccine (Sinovac)    
    • Individuals who are 18 years of age and older are eligible to receive the vaccine.
  2. Who is not eligible to receive CoronaVac COVID-19 Vaccine (Sinovac)
    • Individuals who are having at least one of the conditions listed below are not eligible to receive the vaccine:
    • Who are known to have allergic to any of the ingredients in the vaccine (Aluminium hydroxide, disodium hydrogen phosphate, monosodium dihydrogen phosphate, sodium chloride, sodium hydroxide); 
    • Who are known to have allergic to any other vaccines
    • With severe neurological conditions (e.g. transverse myelitis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, demyelinating diseases); 
    • With uncontrolled severe chronic diseases; 
    • Pregnant and breastfeeding women
  3. How is CoronaVac COVID-19 Vaccine (Sinovac) given?
    • The vaccine is injected into the deltoid muscle (shoulder) as a course of 2 doses, with 3 weeks (21 days) interval.
  4. What should I do after I am vaccinated?
    • You are required to wait at the observation area for at least 15-30 minutes after the injection
    • Please inform our medical team or get emergency treatment if you face these symptoms after the injection:
      • Breathing difficulties
      • Severe swollen of face, lips and throat
      • Rapid or fast heartbeat
      • Bad rashes on the whole body
      • Weakness and feeling dizzy
    • If needed, you may take Paracetamol
    • You should continue to follow the SOP. Practice the 3Ws (Wash, Wear, Warn) and avoid the 3Cs (Crowded space, Confined space, Close conversation)
    • Please report any side effects after receiving COVID-19 vaccine through MySejahtera application or inform the nearest clinic or hospital immediately to receive treatment. You can also make a report online at the website at www.npra.gov.my.
  5. What are the side effects of CoronaVac COVID-19 Vaccine (Sinovac)?
 Local (Injection site)General
Very Common (≥1/10)PainTiredness, headache
Common (≥ 1/100 to <1/10)Redness, swelling, itchiness, hardeningMuscle pain, nausea, diarrhea, joint pain, cough, shivering, itchiness, loss of appetite, runny nose, sore throat, stuffy nose, stomachache
Uncommon (≥ 1/1,000 to <1/100)Burning sensationVomiting, hypersensitivity, abnormal skin and mucous membrane condition, fever. Trembling, flushing, swelling, dizziness, drowsiness
Rare (≥ 1/10,000 to <1/1,000)Muscle cramp, swelling of eyelids, nose bleeds, bloating, constipation, diminished sense of smell, pink eye, hot flashes, hiccups, eye redness

Possiblities:
Very Common (≥1/10) Local (Injection Site):
Pain

General:
Tiredness, Headache

Possiblities:
Common (≥ 1/100 to <1/10)
Local (Injection Site):
Redness, swelling, itchiness, hardening

General:
Muscle pain, nausea, diarrhea, joint pain, cough, shivering, itchiness, loss of appetite, runny nose, sore throat, stuffy nose, stomachache

Possiblities:
Uncommon (≥ 1/1,000 to <1/100)
Local (Injection Site):
Burning sensation

General:
Vomiting, hypersensitivity, abnormal skin and mucous membrane condition, fever. Trembling, flushing, swelling, dizziness, drowsiness

Possiblities:
Rare (≥ 1/10,000 to <1/1,000)
Local (Injection Site):

General:
Muscle cramp, swelling of eyelids, nose bleeds, bloating, constipation, diminished sense of smell, pink eye, hot flashes, hiccups, eye redness

For further information, 

Please read, print out and complete the consent form before coming to your vaccination.

  1. Strictly follow your Appointment Date and Time. Please arrive 15 minutes before your Appointment Time.
  2. One transaction can purchase up to 20 doses (10 persons) of COVID-19 Vaccine (Sinovac) ONLY.
  3. You must schedule your vaccination appointment within 14 days after the purchase date as the appointment link (in the email) expires thereafter.
  4. Your first dose must be vaccinated within 90 days after purchase date. LifeCare will ensure appointment slots are available within 30 days from the purchase date.
  5. Please note that second dose of vaccination appointment is auto-generated based on your first dose appointment.
  6. You are allowed 1x change of your appointment. Rescheduling of appointment to be done ONE (1) day in advance.
  7. All vaccinations are required to be purchase online ONLY (no walk in / over-the-counter purchase).
  8. Kindly ensure all details are correct before submitting. No changes of the details can be made after the appointment is confirmed. 
  9. All transactions of vaccination once completed cannot be cancelled, exchanged, or refunded under any circumstances. Vaccination stocks on the Website are offered subject to availability. No requests for refunds, cancellation, or exchanges of any kind will be entertained.
  10. LifeCare Diagnostic Medical Centre reserves the right to change these terms & conditions at any time and without notice.

For corporate clients, please click here.

FAQs on COVID-19 Vaccination

LifeCare is an appointed medical centre to conduct COVID-19 Vaccination programme.

  1. Who can purchase CoronaVac COVID-19 Vaccine (Sinovac)?
    • All person who are 18 years old and above.
  2. How can I purchase the vaccine?
    • Please select button above to proceed, depending on your number of persons to be vaccinated.
    • Online purchase for below 50 persons to be vaccinated
    • Above 50 persons to be vaccinated will sign-up via web Corporate COVID-19 Vaccine Registration form , and LifeCare will issue an invoice accordingly.
  3. When can I get the first vaccine after payment is done for online purchase?
    • Please make the appointment from the link provided via email after payment is done.
  4. How is LifeCare going to contact me for the appointment (for above 50 persons to be vaccinated)?
    • LifeCare will contact your company Person In-Charge regarding the appointment date, time and venue.
  5.  If my company is less than 250 pax, can I purchase the vaccine?
    • Yes, please click the button above (Above 50 Persons), fill up the web Corporate COVID-19 Vaccine Registration form and LifeCare will arrange the invoice and onsite venue once payment is done.