Daily Covid-19 vaccine shots cross 200,000 target
252,730 doses administered yesterday.
Copy URLSelangor, the country’s most populous state, has only had 11.2% of its population or 731,294 people covered by one dose. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Hasnoor Hussain, June 24, 2021.THE number of Covid-19 vaccine doses given yesterday continued to hit the target of more than 200,000 daily, with 252,730 administered.
Of this,174,448 were first shots and 78,325 were second shots, the Special Committee on Ensuring Access to Covid-19 Vaccine Supply said in infographics on Twitter. Read more: TheMalaysianInsight »
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