95.7pc of Malaysia’s Adult Population Fully Vaccinated: Covid-19

A total of 22,393,720 people, or 95.7 percent of the nation’s adults, completed vaccination against Covid-19 yesterday.

According to the Ministry of Health portal CovidNow, 22,885,170 people, or 97.8%, received at least one dose of the vaccine.

A total of 122,142 doses were given to adults and adolescents yesterday, and the total vaccine dose under the Covid-19 National Immunization Program (NIP) was 50,306,343.

Among teens between the ages of 12 and 17, 69 percent or 2,171,270 completed vaccinations, and 83.2 percent, or 2619.573, received at least one dose of NIP vaccine for teens beginning Sept. 8.

At the same time, 56,493 Covid-19 amplifiers were given yesterday, bringing the total to 407,607.

More Than Five Million People Officially Dead From The Coronavirus All Over The World

As the world prepares to kill more than five million people who have died from the coronavirus, experts told AFP that the route of invasive disease will be highly dependent on vaccines.

How Many Died?

The death toll from the national health service is estimated at more than five million, according to a daily report.

The World Health Organization says it is two to three times higher than official records because of the number of diseases associated with Covid-19.

The Economist magazine estimates that about 17 million people have died as a result of Covid.

“It seems very true to me,” Arnaud Fontanet, a research professor at the Pasteur Institute, told AFP.

Although the number of deaths from new viruses apart from other known infectious diseases, such as the Spanish flu, was small, 50-100 million people died in 1918-1919.

AIDS has killed more than 36 million people over the age of 40.

However, according to Jean-Claude Manuguera, a gynecologist at the University of France, Covid “died several people in a short time.”

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Fontanet explains that habit formation is usually multiple.

The first “phase of invasive disease” is when the virus has never spread to an infected population before.

In the second phase, the death rate increased and eventually died.

According to Covid, “for the first time in the history of the epidemic, much has been done to accelerate globalization.”

Acceleration is achieved through injection.

“Residents are allowed to be infected with an unknown virus, so it’s done in 18 months, which means a lot of infections in three to five years.”

Therefore, the next step varies depending on the level of vaccination in each country and the intensity of the injections used.

“Everywhere you look today, the current of protectionist sentiment is flowing.

“The virus will continue. The goal now is not to destroy it, but to protect it from the most dangerous species,” Fontanet said.

“Covid will not be taken to a hospital or cemetery,” Manuguerra said.

What kind of future awaits different countries?

The nature of the epidemic is slowly becoming wave after wave in many industrialized countries. The wave hit those who were not vaccinated.

“For an industrialized country, we face a Covid pandemic every year, and in the first years before landing, it’s likely to be worse than the flu,” Fontanet said.

According to him, the global epidemic is built on earth and the epidemic includes vaccination from natural diseases.

Other countries, such as China or India, which have vaccine powers, can do the same.

People who use non -Covid strategies to eradicate the disease are vulnerable because of the nature of the Delta species.

They are now in a hurry to compete with everyone, Fontanet, Australia and New Zealand, for example, are in a hurry.

Like most parts of Africa, more difficult conditions are expected in low injection areas.

The intensity of development in Eastern Europe has confirmed that the absence of vaccines will lead the population to a “serious hospital-related epidemic”.

Caution should be exercised despite the high number of vaccinations in Western Europe.

“Don’t pay attention to Europe: the whole world should pay attention to the epidemic. The epidemic still hasn’t stopped,” Ann-Claude warned Maneuver.

What can you say about the new opportunities?

The biggest fear is the emergence of new variants that are resistant to the vaccine.

Delta removes previous variants such as Alpha and prevents the spread of new strains such as Mu or Lambda.

But in addition to an entirely new variant, experts speculate that Delta itself may be mutable and resistant to vaccines.

“Delta is the most important virus. There’s a risk of seeing a statistically similar possibility,” Manuguerra said.

UK authorities are monitoring a Delta subspecies, called AY4.2. There is currently no evidence that the vaccine has little effect on it.

“It’s important to continue genome control,” Manugerra said, noting that efforts are being made to identify different variants.

This allows us to determine the appearance of a variant fairly quickly and find out if it is more dangerous, more contagious, or if the immune system is functioning.