Kuala Lumpur: The government is currently working on analyzing the effectiveness of the vaccine to get a better idea.
dr. Mahesh Apanan, head of data at the Crisis Preparedness and Response Center (CPRC), had this to say when asked if there was a possible approach to analyzing vaccine effectiveness.
This follows the trend of people trying to do their own analysis, which has created confusion in the community, as some analyzes that some vaccines show a smaller effect after a certain period of time have caused confusion.
“We’re working on it, but we have to be very careful because it’s not just numbers…
“We hope this can be done as soon as possible,” he said during a media briefing on the COVIDNOW website today, which shares more transparent daily data on COVID-19.
Meanwhile, according to dr. Faiza Mohamed Zane, Head of the Clinical Audit Division of the Medical Development Division (Quality of Medical Care), cannot guarantee 100 percent that there will be no backlog when reporting Covid-19 deaths. although their numbers have been decreasing lately.
“Health data is very dynamic. If I say (journalists), tomorrow (but) suddenly everything will be okay in the next two days, we see there are many cases.
When asked when all the death delays were up, he said, “So I don’t want to give you (journalists) a 100% guarantee.”
Based on COVIDNOW data, a total of 388 COVID-19 deaths were reported yesterday (17 September), bringing the total deaths to 22,743. Of that number, 108 cases in the past seven days were daily actual deaths, while reported deaths lag behind. Barnam