More than 20 million doses administered

KUALA LUMPUR: As of Friday, a total of 20,014,549 doses of Covid-19 vaccine have been administered under the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme, which began on Feb 24, says Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba (pic).

Based on an infographic posted on his Twitter, he said 13,500,479 of the doses were administered as first dose, while 6,514,070 doses as second.

“According to percentage, 41.3% of the country’s population have received the first dose, while 19.9% have completed their Covid-19 vaccination,” he said.

On the daily vaccination rate, Dr Adham said 512,097 doses were administered on Friday, with 315,737 of them as first dose and 196,360 to second dose recipients.

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