More Than 700000 Children In Malaysia Have Been Vaccinated

More Than 700000 Children In Malaysia Have Been Vaccinated

As of Tuesday, a total of 708,187 individuals, or 19.9 percent of Malaysian children aged five to 11, have received their first dose of vaccination under the National COVID-19 Immunisation Program for Children (PICKids).


More Than 700000 Children In Malaysia Have Been Vaccinated

As of Tuesday, a total of 708,187 individuals, or 19.9 percent of Malaysian children aged five to 11, have received their first dose of vaccination under the National COVID-19 Immunisation Program for Children (PICKids).

According to COVIDNOW statistics, 14,365,114 individuals, or 61.1 percent of the adult population in the country, have received their booster dose and 22,946,836 individuals, or 97.5 percent, have completed their vaccination. 23, 226,005 people, or 98.7 percent of eligible individuals, have received at least one dose of the vaccine.

Source - MKN

Adolescents aged 12 to 17 received a total of 2,799,784 doses, or 90.0 percent of this age group, whereas 2,891,056 doses, or 92.9 percent, received at least one dose.

It stated that 137,197 doses of vaccine were administered yesterday, with 47,994 doses administered as the first dose, 956 doses administered as the second dose, and 88,247 doses administered as boosters, bringing the total doses administered under the National COVID-19 Immunisation Program to 66,729,880 doses.

Meanwhile, according to the Health Ministry’s GitHub portal, 46 cases of COVID-19 deaths were reported yesterday, with Johor and Kedah reporting eight each, Pahang and Sabah reporting seven each, Selangor reporting six, Perak and Penang reporting three each, Terengganu reporting two, and Negeri Sembilan reporting one each.

Source – BERNAMA

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