Covid-19: Nearly 520,000 vaccine jabs given on Saturday (July 31), says Health Minister


PETALING JAYA: Malaysia maintains its momentum in the fight against Covid-19 by administering 519,111 doses of Covid-19 vaccines on Saturday (July 31), says Dr Adham Baba.

The Health Minister said that of this total, 316,492 people received their first doses of the vaccine, while another 202,619 had completed two doses and were fully inoculated.

Dr Adham said, in a Twitter post Sunday (Aug 1) morning, that this brings the total number of Covid-19 vaccine doses administered in the country to 20,533,660 since the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme began.

In his tweet, Dr Adham also said 13,816,971 people received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine while 6,716,689 individuals had received both doses.

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