JKJAV: 494,214 Covid-19 vaccine doses given on Wednesday (Aug 4)

KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 494,214 doses of Covid-19 vaccines were given on Wednesday (Aug 4) across the country, almost hitting the 500,000 mark.

From the total, 230,053 individuals received their first dose, while 264,161 were given their second dose, according to a tweet by the Special Committee for Ensuring Access to Covid-19 Vaccine Supply (JKJAV), citing data from the Covid-19 Immunisation Task Force (CITF) on Thursday (Aug 5).

Among the states and federal territories, Johor recorded the highest number of daily first dose on Wednesday at 37, 542, followed by Sabah (33,404), Selangor (26,753), and Perak (25,747).

For the second dose, Selangor led the country with 83,204 shots, Kuala Lumpur with 45,473 shots and Kedah (18,342).

This brings the total cumulative doses of vaccines administered in Malaysia so far to 22,152,367 doses.

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