Covid-19: Over 1.16mil children in Malaysia fully vaccinated

29/5/2022 8:01:00 AM

Covid-19: Over 1.16mil children in Malaysia fully vaccinated

Covid-19: Over 1.16mil children in Malaysia fully vaccinated

KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 1,161,503 or 32.7% of children aged five to 11 in the country have completed their vaccination under the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme for Children (PICKids) as of Saturday.

According to information on the CovidNow portal, 1,709,368 children or 48.According to information on the CovidNow website, a total of 1,701,913 children, or 48% of the population, have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.A KUALA LUMPUR (May 28): A total of 1,152,515 children aged between five and 11 years, or 32.The Health Ministry's CovidNow portal reported that 1,836 of Thursday's new cases were locally transmitted, while there were nine imported infections.

1% of the group have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.As for teenagers aged 12 to 17 years, a total of 2,912,648 individuals or 93.6% of their population have completed their Covid-19 vaccination, while 3,008,698 individuals or 96.6% have completed their vaccination while 3,009,154 or 96.For adolescents aged between 12 and 17, a total of 2,912,165 individuals or 93.7% of them have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.Meanwhile, for the adult population, 68.At the same time, a total of 16,093,145 individuals or 68.2% of active cases, have been warded in hospital, with 27 in intensive care units (ICU).

4% of the adult population have received the booster dose, while 22,974,183 individuals or 97.6% have completed two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine and 23,250,491 individuals or 98.Meanwhile, for the adult population, 68.6 per cent have completed two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine and 23,250,761 individuals or 98.8% have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.Yesterday, a total of 18,886 doses of a vaccine were dispensed, with 8,536 doses as first dose, 8,774 doses as second dose and 1,576 doses as booster dose, bringing the cumulative number of vaccine doses administered under the National Covid-19 Immunisation programme (PICK) to 70,877,636.As for daily doses, a total of 17,578 doses of a Covid-19 vaccine were dispensed yesterday involving 7,554 first doses, 8,829 second doses and 1,195 booster doses, bringing the cumulative number of vaccine doses administered under the National COVID-19 Immunisation Program (PICK) to 70,896,708.8% had received at least one dose of the vaccine.Meanwhile, the Health Ministry’s GitHub portal reported that two Covid-19 deaths were recorded yesterday, namely one case each in Selangor and Kedah.- Bernama Article type: metered.Article type: free.

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