Kuala Lumpur reported the highest number of individuals who had received their first dose at 573,392, followed by Selangor (487,138), Sarawak (355,676), Johor (309,350) and Sabah (254,339).
1.36 million Malaysians have been fully vaccinated, while 1.77 million individuals have received only one jab.
Malaysia administered over 150,000 doses of vaccine for third consecutive day on June 10, says JKJAV
It said 111,130 individuals received the first dose, while the remaining 46,819 individuals received the second jab yesterday.
Cumulatively, 3.94 million doses have been administered to date, with 2.72 million doses administered to individuals who received the first dose, while 1.22 million individuals have been fully vaccinated.
"As many Covid-19 patients do not have symptoms and can rapidly deteriorate, it is possible that many Covid-19 patients BID did not realise they were positive for Covid-19 until it was too late."
A total of 105,722 individuals received their first dose, while the remaining 45,587 received their second jab yesterday
At the moment, Pharmaniaga is capable of producing 500,000 doses of Sinovac vaccine a week or two million doses a month.
Cumulatively, Malaysia has administered 3.01 million doses since the start of the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme on Feb 24.
Today is the second consecutive day the nation reported a declining trend in new Covid-19 cases, after Malaysia recorded the highest number of cases on Saturday (May 29).