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Selamat Hari Raya! Happy Eid! If you’re travelling to Japan on ANA during the festive season, make sure to plan your journey in advance to avoid delays. Travellers who are required to take a PCR or RTK-Ag test should take note that many clinics will be closed during the week of Eid, including Qualitas GP...
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People travelling between Malaysia and Japan or any other international destination on All Nippon Airways (ANA) are now able to book Covid-19 RT-PCR and Covid-19 RTK screenings online at a special discount rate. The PCR tests are only RM160 and the RTK tests are RM50. All passengers’ tests will be verified by a Qualitas doctor....
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Malaysia is currently in a transition phase to coronavirus endemicity. This is a temporary phase before Malaysia fully enters the endemic phase. The Health director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said that this transition phase will provide the community the opportunity to learn to adopt and live with public health measures that are least disruptive to...
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During the month of Ramadan, observant Muslims fast from sunrise to sundown. This is a complete fast, meaning that people abstain from both food and drink. Fasting during Ramadan teaches people to practice self-discipline, self-control and empathy for those who are less fortunate. It is also a time for self-reflection and self-improvement, which means it...
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Are your employees COVID-positive? Many companies require their employees to administers COVID-19 self-assessments once or twice a week if they are not working from home. RTK-Antigen at-home tests are convenient and easy to use but the results may not always be reliable. Qualitas Health Malaysia is offering virtual consultations and RTK test results confirmation seven...
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The Minister of Health Khairy Jamaluddin recently announced that anyone in Malaysia who has not got their booster shot by 1 April 2022 will lose their fully vaccinated status. The MOH said that among those who will lose their fully vaccinated status are 2.09 million people who received Sinovac as their primary vaccine had not...
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As Malaysia transitions from the pandemic phase of COVID-19 to the endemic phase and life slowly goes back to normal, COVID-19 screening and testing are becoming more and more prevalent. You may require a test if you are travelling or if you are planning certain activities in Malaysia, such as visiting government buildings or meeting...
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Qualitas clinics across Malaysia are administering COVID-19 vaccinations shots to children aged 5-11 years old under QIP Kidz – Qualitas Immunisation Programme for Kids. We have private vaccinations with the Sinovac vaccine. Starting 7 March 2022, the Sinovac vaccinations for children are RM190 for 2 doses at participating Qualitas clinics. All children in Malaysia are eligible for vaccination,...
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The Malaysian government has now approved COVID-19 vaccinations for children aged 5-11 years. The National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme for Children (PICKids) starts February 3 in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor with the rest of the country following soon after. Here’s what you need to know: Which vaccine? At this time, only the mRNA vaccine Comirnaty® 10mcg...
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Chinese New Year is almost here and many people are planning their reunions and celebrations with family and friends. The Malaysian government has announced rules and regulations for the festive period aimed to preserve health and safety and curb the spread of the Omicron variant. Besides the usual general Standard Operating Procedures for gatherings –...
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