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Covid-19 in Malaysia. Collection of information from all over the world from the Internet, be it be true/false, scientific/non-science.

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asked on Aug 3, 2021 at 21:46
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edited on Aug 3, 2021 at 23:05
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Today's Stats 3rd Aug 2021



Vaccines (Brand) used in Malaysia (July 2021)
a) Pfizer
b) AstraZeneca 
c) Sinovac

Arriving (August 2021)
d) Cansino
e) Sinopharm

Glossary of Terms:

1. Vaccinated people

2. Unvaccinated people
   a) Rural Areas
   b) Immunocompromised elderly people
   c) Anti-vaxxer
   d) People with comorbidities
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answered on Aug 3, 2021 at 22:15
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Vaccines used in Malaysia (as above).

Updated News :


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answered on Aug 4, 2021 at 15:29
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KEMENTERIAN KESIHATAN MALAYSIA is sharing a COVID-19 update.
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Sehingga 4 Ogos 2021: Jumlah kes COVID-19 yang dilaporkan adalah 19,819 kes (1,183,110 kes)

Pecahan setiap negeri (Kumulatif):

Selangor - 8,377 (434,025)
WPKL - 2,467 (131,425)… See more

Johor-1,162 (95,387)
Morning-949 (88,848)
Sarawak-552 (78,763)
Negeri Sembilan-800 (74,778)
Kedah-1,371 (50,657)
Penang-867 (48,917)
Kelantan-1,003 (45,923)
Silver-662 (40,749)
Melaka-508 (33,531)
Pahang-558 (26,773)
Terengganu-481 (18,712)
WP Labuan-5 (9,683)
WP Putrajaya-46 (4,187)
Perlis-11 (752)
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answered on Aug 4, 2021 at 21:58
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answered on Aug 6, 2021 at 17:00
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edited Aug 6, 2021 at 17:04
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New Record today 20,889



What's gonna happen? More Deaths?
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answered on Aug 6, 2021 at 22:14
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edited Aug 6, 2021 at 22:19
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Personal Interpretation of the above :-

1. Having been vaccinated by Pfizer, AstraZeneca or SinoVac does not mean that you will NOT  be re-infected again by the various strains of C-19 (A,B,C,D). Vaccinations is NOT 100% cure or prevention.. !!

2. However, having vaccinated "may" as in Categories One and Two for asymptomatic and mildly symptomatic infections, which do not require hospitalization. So.. go get the vaccine into ur system asap.

3. The best option for the time being is :

#StayAtHome  #StaySafe  #NoSocialising

Wear masks (double masks plus face shield) when outdoors or indoors (with crowd).

Practice Good Hygiene when having gone outdoors (Wash hands and face with soap, bathe, change into indoor clothes, sun those currencies in hand, etc etc).
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answered on Aug 7, 2021 at 00:40
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The vaccines do support our natural immunity. The content of the vaccine is only in the body for a short period of time and is usually all gone long before someone is infected.

The vaccines just stimulate the production of antibodies. Then the immune systems takes over and does all of the work.

A major reason why vaccines fail is that the human immune systems are not perfect. Rather than faults in the vaccine.

COVID disease is very complex. And a major part of the disease is an auto immune reaction that does more damage than the virus.

In fact by the time people are in critical care the virus is mostly gone. It is then the complex disease that kills people.

The COVID virus itself does not cause significant damage. Much of the trouble starts early with the cytokinin storm. This is a major overreaction of the immune system.

And COVID disease has other multiple factors that make it so dangerous.

Part of managing COVID disease is suppressing the immune response. Such as using steroids to reduce inflammation and congestion of the lungs.

So now that I have confused everybody, the vaccines just give our immune systems an advantage. It prepares the immune system to respond much more quickly. Because the body already has antibodies before the virus arrives.

And vaccines do not create mutations. The mutations are natural events. And the vaccines help reduce mutations by reducing replication of the viruses. The more viruses there are the more chance of having mutations.

When we have enough people vaccinated mutations will reduce in number.
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answered on Aug 8, 2021 at 20:31
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edited Aug 8, 2021 at 21:11
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Ref :  https://covidvax.live/location/mys



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answered on Aug 11, 2021 at 23:33
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