Close to 94% of the country’s adult population had received at least the first dose as of Sunday.
A total of 41.57 million doses had been administered in the nation as of yesterday.
The ministry, however, added that the actual daily number of deaths based on the seven-day average stood at 92.
Malaysia’s daily Covid-19 vaccine doses administered dipped to 261,255 on Sept 21; over 80% of adult population fully inoculated
For the Klang Valley, about 7.09 million individuals or 84.2% of its total population had received at least one dose as of yesterday.
The 334 deaths brought the country’ total Covid-19 linked fatalities to 24,078 so far.
93.1% of the adult population or 21.79 million individuals had received at least the first dose.
“With a combined gross floor area of 20,000 square metres, the proposed two-storey RSAs will have a bigger commercial space with a variety of food and retail stalls, kiosks, outlets.”
A total of 21.94 million people or 67.2% of Malaysia’s population had received at least their first dose as of yesterday, including 18.3 million or 56% who were fully inoculated.
The national average stood at 6.6 deaths for every 100,000 people.
This brought the nation’s cumulative tally of Covid-19 cases to 2.097 million.