KUALA LUMPUR (July 4): Malaysia administered 217,807 doses of Covid-19 vaccine yesterday (July 3), down from 236,196 vaccine doses administered on July 2, according to data from the Covid-19 Vaccine Supply Access Guarantee Special Committee (JKJAV) today.

Of the 217,807 doses given out, 141,140 went to first-dose recipients, while the remainders went to 76,667 second-dose recipients, JKJAV shared via Twitter.

The seven-day moving average for Covid-19 vaccination stood at 224,822, compared to 220,546 the day before.

Also as of yesterday, a total of 8.8 million vaccine doses had been administered so far, with 2.54 million Malaysians or 7.8% of the population fully vaccinated, while 3.72 million or 19.2% had received their first jab.

Sarawak, which remained as the state with the highest cumulative number of first doses administered, now had 1.18 million or 41.8% of its population as first-dose recipients, followed by Kuala Lumpur at 1.12 million or 63.4% and Selangor at 1.06 million or 16.3%.

For second doses, Selangor led with 342,667 shots given out for 5.2% of its population, followed by Sarawak at 278,528 or 9.9% of its population.

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