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Registration queue at vaccination centre during Covid-19 pandemic

"My Vaccination Journey. Was able to make an appointment with great ease online - and booked earliest appointment date available as soon as I received the SMS invitation. Pleasantly surprised that slots were bookable for 2 April (Good Friday) since it is a public holiday. Appointment was made for 8am so on D-day, reached the center at 0745. To my surprise there was a very long queue of about 50 people already! They allowed us in at around 8am and the process was very organized with each staff performing own important role of usher, register, explain, administer jab, etc. By 0815, i was already in the observation area waiting for my 30mins. Wow! I was thoroughly impressed with the attentiveness provided to every person despite having to facilitate process for many people daily. A breakfast bun was also provided to all registrants after completion of the observation period. Second appointment was similarly smooth and organized. Experienced mild fever and arm swelling for two days after the second injection. Kudos to all the staff at the vaccination center and MOH. Thank you for the awesome good work!"--Contributed by Anonymous, as part of the "Documenting COVID-19 in Singapore" collection community call. This photograph shows rows of people waiting to get their COVID-19 vaccination at a vaccination centre. They are wearing masks and are seated apart to maintain social distancing. Additional description by Library staff. Title devised by Library staff.

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All rights reserved. Anonymous, 2021


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