ASEAN Standing Of Covid-19 Cases, Deaths, And Percentage Of Those Fully Vaccinated
Malaysia’s new cases as of today (30 June) remains at 6K+.
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Almost a year and a half into the pandemic and data provided by Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Centre have revealed a global count of 181,824,475 confirmed cases of Covid-19 and 3,938,068 deaths as of the time of writing.
That said, there have been 3,007,152,687 vaccine doses administered and counting.
|ASEAN COUNTRY||CUMALATIVE CONFIRMED CASES||CUMALATIVE DEATHS||NUMBER OF PEOPLE FULLY VACCINATED||% OF POPULATION FULLY VACCINATED|
Malaysia’s current standing for new cases as of 30 June is +6,276.
Based on the above figures, Malaysia came in 4th out of 10 ASEAN countries with 6.67% of its population fully vaccinated while Singapore came in first with 37.07%.
As for total confirmed Covid-19 cases from the start of the pandemic, Malaysia had the 3rd most cases with 751,979. That’s less than Indonesia and the Philippines which had 2,156,465 and 1,408,058 cases respectively.
Among ASEAN countries, Indonesia is recording a surge in the number of new cases.
The United States, India and Brazil remain the top three nations with the highest number of positive cases and fatalities. The US, along with the UK, has reported a slowdown in new cases and deaths together with rising vaccination numbers.
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