Public Fourth-Dose Vaccinations, Locations

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Phnom Penh City Hall on Wednesday announced public fourth-dose vaccinations starting January 21 for residents aged 60 or older and February 1 for others.

The Health Ministry had previously announced the start of Pfizer booster shots for government officials and front-line workers but a City Hall document released Wednesday did not specify which vaccine would be used for the wider vaccination campaign.

The City Hall announcement said residents from age 18 will have two weeks from February 1 to 14 to be inoculated, while those 60 and older are scheduled for January 21 to 31 at more than 50 locations around the city.

Boeng Keng KangTuol Svay Prey Health Center
ChamkarmonPhsar Doeum Thkov Health Center, Koh Pich Convention Center
Chbar AmpovChbar Ampov Referral Hospital, Niroth Health Center, Prek Eng Health Center, Prek Thmey Health Center
Chroy ChangvaKoh Dach Health Center, Chroy Changva Health Center, OCIC market/Borey Rung Reung market
DangkaoDangkao Referral Hospital, Choeung Ek Health Center, Saksampov Health Center*, Prek Kampuos Health Center, Roluos Health Center*, Pong Teuk Health Center, Prey Sar Health Center, Prey Veng Health Center
Daun PenhChaktomuk Referral Hospital
KambolSnor Health Center*, Ovlork Health Center*, Brateslang Health Center*, Boeng Thom Health Center*, Kambol Health Center
MeancheyMeanchey Referral Hospital, Stung Meanchey Health Center, Former sportswear factory*, Nontak Mony pagoda*
Prampi MakaraPhnom Penh Referral Hospital, Olympia Medical Hub
Prek PnovPrek Pnov Referral Hospital, Samraong Health Center, Ponhea Pon Health Center, Kok Roka Health Center*
Pur SencheySamrong Krom Health Center, Samaky Health Center, Pochentong Referral Hospital, Canadia Industrial Park, SIS factory, Kok Banhchoan pagoda*, Champouvoan pagoda*
Russei KeoSamdech Euv Samdech Me Referral Hospital, Kilometer 9 Health Center*
Sen SokSen Sok China-Cambodia Friendship Hospital, Khmuonh Health Center, Kraing Thnong Health Center, Phnom Penh Thmey Health Center, Teuk Thla Health Center
Tuol KorkTuol Kork Health Center, Neakvoan pagoda
*Not on map

The announcement, which was also translated into English by the Garments Manufacturers Association in Cambodia, said people must bring their vaccination cards and the same ID as they used to get their first dose.

People also need to wait at least four months from their previous Covid-19 vaccine dose.

The country has seen around 14 million of its 16-million population receive first and second doses, and around 4 million get third doses.

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