Vaccination ramp up continues with almost 160,000 doses administered on Thursday (June 10)

PETALING JAYA: Nearly 160, 000 Covid-19 doses were administered on Thursday (June 10), as the country’s vaccination rate continues to ramp up.

In his tweet, Health Minister Datuk Dr Adham Baba (pic) said that 157, 949 vaccine doses were given on Thursday (June 10).

Out of that number, 111, 130 doses were those receiving their first dose while the remaining 46, 819 doses were those receiving their second dose.

“The total number of Covid-19 doses that have been given as of June 10 is 4, 102, 936 doses, ” he said.

Out of the cumulative total, about 2.83 million doses administered were the first dose while the remaining 1.26 million doses administered were the second dose.

This was the third consecutive day where the number of daily vaccines administered exceeded 150, 000.

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