As of yesterday, Sarawak had 15,763 active Covid-19 cases.
Yii said many experts were predicting a surge in Covid-19 cases in the months of June and July, and the responsibility is now on the public to self-regulate and take care of each other.
A medical worker prepares a dose of Covid-19 vaccine.
Of the total, over 2.
In terms of total population, Sarawak has recorded an overall vaccination rate of 75.
In terms of total population, Sarawak recorded vaccination rate at 75.
He pointed out Omicron cases were detected in samples taken from Kuching, Samarahan, Sibu, Kapit, Mukah and Miri.
Of these, 3,376 were first doses while 254 and 1,845 were second doses and booster shots respectively.