Sabah govt hopes August vaccine supply will arrive on time and in promised amounts


KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government hopes August's scheduled vaccine supply for the state will arrive on time and in the proper amount.

Sabah Covid-19 spokesman Datuk Seri Masidi Manjun (pic) said the state only received an increase in vaccine doses over the last 10 days of July.

“We managed to administer a total of 374,214 doses between July 21 and 31,” he said in a statement on Monday (Aug 2).

The highest number of daily doses administered was 48,300 on Saturday (July 31), Masidi said.

“We hope to get more supplies as agreed upon (and) according to the scheduled time this month,” he said.

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