Covid-19: Vaccinations, boosters helped reduce hospital admissions, ICU use and fatalities


KUALA LUMPUR: Vaccinations and booster dose uptake have helped the country to do better in dealing with the Omicron wave, by reducing the number of hospital admissions, intensive care unit (ICU) cases, and deaths, says Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.

The Health director-general said the situation was different when the country was hit by the Delta wave as the daily cases then reached more than 10,000 and the main indicators of Covid-19 were also high.

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