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Make Your Hajj & Umrah Safe & Secure

Get your essential vaccinations before embarking on the spiritual journey


How Our Vaccination Programme Works

Learn how to book a package and get vaccinated before your journey.

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A Hajj & Umrah Prerequisite

Alongside Covid vaccination, it is also compulsory for all pilgrims traveling to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to be vaccinated against meningococcal disease which can commonly cause inflammation in the brain lining (meningitis) and bloodstream infection.

The Saudi Arabia government also strongly recommends pneumococcal vaccination to protect the pilgrims against the pneumococcal disease that can cause severe illnesses such as pneumonia.

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Protect Yourself

Both diseases are caused by infectious bacteria which can spread easily in closed spaces or in close contact with infected persons, especially during hajj and umrah.

Fact Check

Meningococcal Vaccination

  • Protects against Neisseria Meningitidis
  • COMPULSORY for all pilgrims

Pneumococcal Vaccination

  • Protects against Streptococcus Pneumonia
  • STRONGLY RECOMMENDED for all pilgrims
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Why do you need to get vaccinated against meningococcal & pneumococcal?

Meningococcal and pneumococcal vaccination gives you protection against Neisseria Meningitidis and Streptococcus Pneumoniae- two bacterias that can cause several diseases, including the ones mentioned above and other potentially deadly ones. However, both are vaccine-preventable diseases.
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Get vaccinated to make your trip to the holy land safe, comfortable and productive, just the way you intend it to be.

* Terms and conditions:
  1. Instalment plans available for first 1,000 purchases:-
    • CIMB Credit Card – 0% interest for 3-month instalment. Click here for more information.
    • Boost PayLater - 0% interest for 3, 6, 9 and 12 times instalments with minimum spend of RM500. Click here for more information.

  2. RM30 cash rewards will be credited to your rewards accounts balance upon first time sign up / registration on DoctorOnCall platform. Click here for more information.

  3. Additional RM10 voucher is available for a limited period only and you will receive it via email upon eligible transaction. The voucher can be used on DoctorOnCall platform within the validity period for selected items on online pharmacy only.

    Meningococcal and pneumococcal disease are two types of bacterial infections that can cause severe illness and even death.

    Meningococcal disease is caused by Neisseria Meningitidis bacteria. This infection commonly affects the brain lining and causes meningitis (meningococcal meningitis) or bloodstream infection (septicemia).

    Pneumococcal disease, on the other hand, is caused by the bacteria Streptococcus Pneumoniae. It usually causes infection in the lung (pneumonia) but it is also one of the common causative organisms for meningitis.
    Mass gatherings like hajj and umrah are attended by millions of people from many different countries every year. As more people gather, the risk of transmitting diseases gets higher as well.

    Meningococcal and Pneumococcal diseases are often a cause of concern during hajj and umrah as these bacterias get easily transmitted through respiratory droplets, especially in crowded places (i.e saliva, sneezing, etc.), therefore it is important that hajj and umrah pilgrims protect themselves by getting vaccinated.
    Everyone visiting the holy land for pilgrimage is required to take the meningococcal vaccine.

    The pneumococcal vaccination, on the other hand, is not mandatory; but the Ministry of Health highly recommends it.
    The pneumococcal and meningococcal vaccines have been certified halal by IFANCA (US).

    IFANCA (US) is a recognised foreign halal certification authority by JAKIM Malaysia.
    1. To book for yourself or for other pilgrims on their behalf, follow the steps below

      Step 1: Select your vaccine package
      Step 2: Select your travel agency
      Step 3: Select the preferred partner clinic by location and appointment timing
      Step 4: Enter pilgrim's information
      Step 5: Complete payment (promo code auto applied)

      You will receive a booking confirmation via email and WhatsApp

    2. Travel agencies may also book on behalf of pilgrims. Please contact your travel agents for assistance.
    The discounted price for the vaccination packages is exclusive only if you have booked your hajj or umrah travel package with the participating travel agencies under Bumitra.

    It is important to select the correct travel agency as DoctorOnCall may share your information (e.g. vaccination status etc.) with the relevant agency to ensure your seamless journey to the holy land.

    We suggest that you check against the documents (e.g. invoice, receipt etc.) for the travel agency information.
    Yes, you can still book your vaccination appointment with us. Select “Others” under the field of “Select Your Travel Agency” to proceed with the booking.

    If you are unsure of whether the travel agency whom you purchased your travel package from is a member of Bumitra and whether they participate in this programme, please get in touch with them to find out.
    Hajj and umrah vaccination under this programme is currently available in clinics located in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. Please select your choice of package and proceed with the booking to view the available clinics near you.

    We will roll out the vaccination programme nationwide in the near future.
    Yes, financing options are available with CIMB Credit Card and Boost PayLater (with minimum spend required and limited to the first 1,000 customers only).
    Package(s) purchased are non-refundable but the appointment(s) can be postponed to a later date (within 6 months from the appointment date) or transferable to another person in the event you cannot proceed for the vaccination. You will need to email DoctorOnCall at least three (3) days in advance of the appointment date if you would like to postpone or transfer the booking.

    For further questions please call +6017-972 2669 or email [email protected].
Select Your Travel Agency
Choose “Others” if your agency is not participating in this programme