Covid-19: Over 556,000 vaccine doses administered on Thursday (July 29)


PETALING JAYA: Malaysia has maintained its momentum in its fight against Covid-19, setting a new record by administering 556,404 vaccine doses on Thursday (July 29).

Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba said in a tweet on Friday (July 30) that out of the number, 343,530 received their first dose while 212,874 received their second dose.

This means that a total of 19,502,452 doses have been administered so far, with approximately 56.3% of the adult population in the whole of Malaysia having received at least one dose, while 27% of the adult population has completed their two-dose vaccination regime.

Out of this, Labuan has the highest vaccination coverage with 90.8% of the adult population receiving at least one dose, while Sabah has the lowest with only 27.9% of the adult population receiving at least one dose.

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