Out Of Almost 13,000 Covid-19 Deaths In Malaysia, Just 0.03% Were Fully Vaccinated
Also, while the country had a 0.91% Covid fatality rate, partially vaccinated people were 0.3% less likely to die.
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A clinical audit data analysis shows that out of 12,993 Covid-19 deaths in Malaysia, just 4 cases or 0.03% were fully vaccinated and 80, or 0.6%, were partially vaccinated.
The statistics were shared by Heath Director-General Tan Sri Dr Hoor Hisham Abdullah in a Twitter post recently.
Our recent clinical audit data analysis on the “breakthrough deaths” showed that among the overall 12,993 deaths recorded, 80 cases had been partially vaccinated (0.6%) and 4 cases had full vaccination (0.03%).— Noor Hisham Abdullah (@DGHisham) August 18, 2021
Since Mid-July the number of daily Covid-19 Deaths in Malaysia reaching three digits became a common sight and across the country, the fatality rate for Covid-19 is about 0.91%.
So far, the highest number of Covid-19 deaths in a day was recorded on 8 August with 360 cases.
Yesterday (17 August) recorded 293 Dovid-19 deaths bringing the number up to 13,077.
#COVID19 Malaysia recorded 19,631 new positive cases with 293 deaths. pic.twitter.com/xx24vys0YO— KKMalaysia🇲🇾 (@KKMPutrajaya) August 17, 2021
This is despite the drop in the number of covid-19 patients that need hospitalisation.
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None of these data, in any way, suggests that you should not get vaccinated. In fact it proves that vaccination is effective. So please, get vaccinated.
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