Mah: 62.5% of school students have received a Covid-19 vaccine dose


AMPANG: A total of 62.5% school students have received their first dose of Covid-19 vaccines as of Sunday (Oct 3), says Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon

The country has 2,535,165 students aged 12 to 17, out of which 1,584,779 (62.5%) have received their first dose while 188,003 (7.4%) have completed both doses of Covid-19 vaccines, the Deputy Education Minister added.

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