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Putrajaya has confirmed that Sabah’s vaccination rate is the lowest in the country.

In a report released by the COVID-19 Vaccine Supply Access Guarantee Special Committee (JKJAV) on 3rd June 2021, the committee reported only 5.21% (152,900 people) Sabahans have received the first jab.

Sabah recorded the lowest vaccination rate (first jab)

The Committee headed by Khairy Jamaluddin amd Datuk Seri Dr. Adham Baba added, of the 5.21% Sabahans who were jabbed, only 3.1% (89,821 people) have completed the second dose of vaccination.

Only 3.1% Sabahans completed the second jab

In comparison, neighbouring Sarawak who is governed by local-based political parties have achieved a vaccination rate of 9.74%, nearly twice Sabah’s record.

Sarawak recorded 9.74%, nearly twice Sabah’s rate

In the Peninsular, the “poor” east coast states of Terengganu and Kelantan have also achieved twice higher vaccination rates than Sabah.

Terengganu and Kelantan recorded nearly two times higher vaccination rates than Sabah

Terengganu amd Kelantan each recorded a vaccination rate of 10.06% and 9.30%, while Sabah is lowest nationwide at 5.21%.

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