Via News Straits Times:
"THE spike in influenza A (H1N1) cluster cases has again raised concern among the public.
I realised that I had to get vaccinated.
But when I read in the newspapers about some who complained about the process, I was worried that it would be a big hassle.
So, I prepared myself for a runaround.
But I'm glad to say that it was a painless process.
I checked out the Health Ministry's list of participating clinics, chose one, walked in and registered for the vaccination.
The nurses there were helpful and answered all my questions, and I received the vaccination. It was as simple as that.
Some people may have had bad experiences and been pushed around from one clinic to the other, but I have nothing to complain about.
I am pleased with the management of the vaccination process by the ministry.
It's free and it's available at the right clinics. What more can you ask?"