JKJAV: Over 40 million doses of vaccines given as of Sunday (Sept 19)


PETALING JAYA: A total of 40,375,056 doses of Covid-19 vaccine have been administered in Malaysia as of Sunday (Sept 19).

According to figures put out by the Special Committee on Covid-19 Vaccine Supply (JKJAV) on its Twitter account on Monday (Sept 20), a total of people 22,001,266 (or 93.3% of the adult population) have received their first dose while 18,453,322 (or 78.8% of the adult population) had both doses.

It also said that a total of 219,081 doses of Covid-19 vaccines were administered on Sunday where 60,773 individuals had received their first doses while another 158,308 people completed their second dose.

More than 40 million doses of vaccines have been administered in Malaysia.

Cumulative vaccination report by state as of 19 September 2021 as shown.#LindungDiriLindungSemua . . pic.twitter.com/lIwOjn691i

— Vaksin COVID-19 ������������ (@JKJAVMY) September 20, 2021

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