KUALA LUMPUR (June 13): A total of 133,804 Covid-19 vaccine doses were administered throughout the nation yesterday (Saturday, June 12), bringing the total doses administered to 4.36 million, according to data from the Covid-19 Vaccine Supply Access Guarantee Special Committee (JKJAV) today.

The number of vaccine doses administered was slightly higher than 124,618 doses of vaccine given out on June 11 – albeit short of the daily target of 150,000 doses that National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme Coordinating Minister Khairy Jamaluddin set previously.

Of the 133,804 doses of vaccines administered yesterday, 100,360 were to individuals who received their first dose, while the remainder were to 33,444 individuals who got their second jab.

As of yesterday, a total of 1.33 million Malaysians had been fully vaccinated, while 1.7 million individuals got their first jab.

Kuala Lumpur reported the highest number of individuals who had received their first dose at 528,545, followed by Selangor (451,757), Sarawak (300,089), Johor (281,546) and Perak (231,208).

Meanwhile, Selangor had the highest number of fully inoculated individuals at 174,302, followed by Sarawak (141,972), Perak (126,876), Johor (126,673), Kuala Lumpur (122,797) and Sabah (107,731).

Malaysia logged 5,793 new Covid-19 infections yesterday, down from 6,849 the day before.

Meanwhile, as daily Covid-19 recoveries surpassed new infections at 8,334, the number of active cases carrying high transmission risk fell to 76,247 from 78,864 on Friday.

There were also 76 more fatalities linked to the coronavirus reported yesterday, raising the death toll from the disease in Malaysia to 3,844. 

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