The Malaysia Ministry of Health reported another daily record of COVID-19 cases Thursday reporting 21,668. Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Kedah and Sabah states all recorded more than 2,000 cases with 6278, 2436, 2143 and 2052 cases, respectively.
During the past 28 days, Malaysia has reported 452,980 cases, 33 percent of the total 1,342,215 cases since the beginning of the pandemic. This is the 12th most of all countries during this time period.
There has been a total of 11,691 COVID-19 fatalities since the start of the pandemic, of which, 4870 were reported in the past 28 days.
Malaysia has administered more than 25.8 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines as of Wednesday. More than 16.3 million people have received at least a first dose of a vaccine, of whom about 9.5 million have received two doses, according to the health ministry.
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