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COVID-19 Vaccination in private GP Clinic

Where can I get COVID-19 vaccination in a private clinic?

Get your CoronaVac vaccination in Johor and Pasir Gudang with AMD Clinic. Be the first to register for the Sinopharm, CoronaVac vaccine and get you and your family vaccinated. 
We provide CoronaVac COVID-19 vaccine in AMD Clinic but you will have to call or book with us at the booking section.  

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Which vaccine does AMD Clinic provide?

We provide the CoronaVac (Sinopharm, China)

How many doses are needed for the CoronaVac vaccine?

The CoronaVac (Sinopharm, China) requires 2 doses which are given on Day 0 and the second dose can be given from Day 14 to day 28.

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What are the effective rates of the CoronoVac?

The CoronaVac (Sinovac) vaccine was 100% effective in preventing COVID-19 sufferers from being hospitalized or dying. 83.7% effective in avoiding cases that required any medical treatment, but only 50.65-75% effective at keeping people from getting infected.


Some people will prefer to get the Pfizer or the AstraZeneca Vaccine due to the higher effective rates as compared to the CoronaVac. There may be some elements that you will need to consider before making your judgment over the efficacy of the different vaccines.


I want to put it into context for you to understand the main point! Some of these vaccine-producing companies did their study in developed countries with good sanitary conditions, medical services, social welfare, and lower population density per square (density of people and a living area). These conditions reduce the risk of infection in the population therefore it produces a higher effective rate as compared to CoronaVac.

You will notice that CoronaVac's effective rates are inconsistent from country to country:

Brazil 50.4%

Chile 67%

Uruguay 61%

Turkey 91.25%

Indonesia 94%

CoronaVac did their studies in the third world, developing, and developed countries. Some of the countries had poor sanitary conditions, medical services, social welfare, and higher population density per square (density of people and a living area). These conditions increase the risk of infection in the population therefore the CoronaVac's effective rate to reduce infection is lower than other COVID vaccines. This does not mean that the CoronaVac is not effective. It appears less effective due to the conditions it was subjected to.


At the end of the day, all these vaccines have one thing in common which is 100% rates of hospitalization. Hospitalization means that the disease is severe and all brands of the vaccines have prevented 100% hospitalization.

What is the age able to take the CoronaVac Vaccine?

The CoronaVac Vaccine can be used by those above the age of 18 years old. The vaccine is not approved for use for those below 18 years old as this vaccine is undergoing Phase III trial.

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Is the CoronaVac Vaccine safe?

Yes. The CoronaVac Vaccine in the phase III trials have been published. It shows that is safe however there are some reactions are as follows:

  1. Local reactions

    • Erythema (redness)

    • Pruritus (Itching)

    • Pain

    • Swelling

    • Induration (hard nodule at the injection site)

  2. Systemic reactions

    • Nausea

    • Fever

    • Vomiting

    • Fatigue

    • Maculopapular rash

    • Constipation

    • Erythematous rash (red rash)

    • Pruritus (itching)

    • Loss of appetite

    • Headache

    • Diarrhea

    • Arthralgia (joint ache)

    • Myalgia (muscle ache)

  3. Severe adverse reactions - These severe adverse reactions have been scrutinized and researchers are unable to see the correlation of the Sinovac vaccine to the diseases stated below.

    • Infection

    • Metabolic and nutritional diseases

    • Musculoskeletal and connective tissue disease

    • Congenital diseases

    • Various injuries, poisoning, surgical complications

    • Endocrine system diseases

    • Kidney and urinary system diseases

    • Surgical and medical operations

    • Respiratory, thoracic and medical operations

    • Reproductive systems and breast disease

    • Benign, malignant and unknown tumours

    • Gastrointestinal diseases

    • Nervous system disease

    • Heart disease

    • Vascular (thrombotic event) and lymphatic diseases

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