Unvaccinated form bulk of Malaysia's new Covid-19 cases

Lay Yee Wah, 25, records her Covid-19 vaccine injection at the Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre PPV. — YAP CHEE HONG/The Star

PETALING JAYA: Most of Malaysia's Covid-19 infections, especially serious cases that require intensive care unit (ICU) treatment, are now coming from the unvaccinated.

The Star's analysis of Health Ministry figures show that eight of out of 10 people who were infected over the past two weeks have not gotten a vaccine jab.

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