Covid-19: Daily vaccinations cross 200,000 mark on June 15, setting new record


PETALING JAYA: Malaysia's Covid-19 vaccination rate crossed the 200,000 mark on Tuesday (June 15), with 215,876 doses administered.

The Health Ministry said of this number, 160,226 people received their first dose of the vaccines, while 55,650 were jabbed with their second dose.

The Ministry also said, in a tweet Wednesday (June 16), that this brings the total number of vaccine doses administered in the country to 4,904,109, out of which 1,468,689 people have already completed both doses.

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