Covid-19: Malaysia sets new vaccination record, 313,761 doses administered on Monday (July 5)


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  • Tuesday, 06 Jul 2021

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia achieved its highest Covid-19 vaccine doses administered so far, recording 313,761 doses administered as of Monday (July 5).

In a tweet on Tuesday (July 6), Health Minister Dr Adham Baba said this brought the total number of doses administered to 9,320,476 since the immunization program began.

Of this 6,685,002 people have received their first dose and 2, 375, 474 people have received both doses.

The daily dose administered on Monday rose tremendously from the previous day (July 4) when 206,015 doses were given.

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