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Health Ministry: 67 children died due to Covid-19 this year, 80% of all eligible kids to be fully vaxxed by 2022
PETALING JAYA: With 67 children dying due to Covid-19 this year compared to six deaths in 2020, the Health Ministry aims to complete inoculation for 80% of those who are eligible before school reopens in 2022.
Coronavirus: New single-jab guidance for Hong Kong youths will open door for more face-to-face school classes, adviser says
Professor Lau Yu-lung says government can begin recognising pupils as fully vaccinated after just one jab, making 70 per cent inoculation target easier to hitCity says no new Covid-19 cases for the first time in two weeks
PETALING JAYA: With Covid-19 cases and deaths surging among the young, health experts are urging parents not to delay inoculating their children when the rollout begins this month for those aged 12 to 17.
KUALA LUMPUR: More children are being hospitalised for Covid-19 now compared to any other time of the ongoing pandemic, according to doctors, as the highly contagious Delta variant becomes more dominant in Malaysia.
SIBU: Sibu Division comprising Sibu, Selangau and Kanowit districts has only 4.5% left to achieve a 100% Covid-19 vaccination rate for first dose recipients.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The Department of Disease Control said on Sunday (Aug 8) that from Aug 4 to 7, more than 57,000 medical professionals who had previously got two jabs of Sinovac vaccine were given a dose of Pfizer vaccine to boost their immunity against Covid-19.
PETALING JAYA: As Malaysia plans to ease restrictions for those fully vaccinated against Covid-19, it must be done in a controlled manner to avoid any grave repercussions, says Khairy Jamaluddin.
PUTRAJAYA: Children over the age of 12 who have registered for vaccination have not been given appointments for their inoculation.
PUTRAJAYA: The Covid-19 Immunisation Task Force (CITF) says that for now, the government has agreed not to give Covid-19 vaccination for those aged 17 and below, including Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia candidates, to avoid risks of myocarditis and pericarditis.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Swimming, cycling, heavy weights lifting, ball and racket games are some of the activities individuals should avoid for seven days after receiving their first and second Covid-19 jabs, said the Ministry of Health (MOH).