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Information on the total number of voting rights and shares

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Information on the total number of voting rights and shares

Mont-Saint-Guibert (Belgium), October 1, 2021, 10:30 pm CET / 4:30 pm ET – In accordance with article  15 of the Law of 2 May 2007 on the disclosure of large shareholdings, Nyxoah SA (Euronext Brussels and Nasdaq: NYXH) publishes the belowinformation following the issue of 27,000 new shares on September 30, 2021 pursuant to  the exercise of subscription rights.

  •  Share capital: EUR 4,388,714.69
  •  Total number of securities carrying voting rights: 25,547,359 (all ordinary shares)
  •  Total number of voting rights (= denominator): 25,547,359 (all relating to ordinary shares)
  •  Number of rights to subscribe to securities carrying voting rights not yet issued:
    •  91 “2013 ESOP Warrants” issued on May 3, 2013 and 23 December 2014, entitling their holders to subscribe to a total number of 45,500 securities carrying voting rights (all ordinary shares);
    •  205 “2016 ESOP Warrants” issued on November 3, 2016, entitling their holders to subscribe to a total number of 102,500 securities carrying voting rights (all ordinary shares);
    •  299 “2018 ESOP Warrants” issued on December 12, 2018, entitling their holders to subscribe to a total number of 149,500 securities carrying voting rights (all ordinary shares);
    •  520,500 “2020 ESOP Warrants” issued on February 21, 2020, entitling their holders to subscribe to a total number of 520,500 securities carrying voting rights (all ordinary shares); and
    •  1,400,000 “2021 ESOP Warrants” issued on September 8, 2021, entitling their holders to subscribe to a total number of 1,400,000 securities carrying voting rights (all ordinary shares).

For further information, please contact:

Nyxoah
Fabian Suarez, CFO
corporate@nyxoah.com
+32 (0)10 22 24 55

Gilmartin Group
Vivian Cervantes
IR@nyxoah.com

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Azalina appointed Special Advisor to Prime Minister

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 2 — Pengerang Member of Parliament Datuk Seri Azalina Othman Said has been appointed as Special Advisor (Law and Human Rights) to the Prime Minister.

In a post on her Facebook page today, Azalina expressed her gratitude to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob for the trust given to her.

“Thank you YAB Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob for the trust. Insya-Allah, I will do my best for the country,” said Azalina who also shared a photo of her receiving the appointment letter from Ismail Sabri in the post.

It is learnt that Azalina, who is also the former Dewan Rakyat deputy speaker received the appointment letter from the prime minister on Thursday.

She resigned from the post on Aug 23 to allow the government and the opposition to ‘reset’ the Dewan Rakyat as well as for her to carry out her duties without fear and favour of any party.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency

Malaysian Family: ‘Key Happiness Outcome’ instrument to monitor satisfaction – Ismail Sabri

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 2 — The Key Happiness Outcome (KHO) will be introduced as an instrument to identify and monitor the satisfaction and voice of the people, through the concept of the Malaysian Family (Keluarga Malaysia), said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

He said it would serve as a guide to the government in improving performance, policy implementation and providing a better delivery system for Malaysian families.

He said the phrase Malaysian Family espoused by his administration was an inclusive concept aimed at having all citizens protecting their family members.

“The aspiration of the Malaysian Family – working together to restore the country as a family which is resilient to challenges in the future,” he said in a special interview with senior media editors here recently.

Ismail Sabri said that the concept is expected to be embraced as a family culture and to be expanded to the whole country.

“As we are a family, we protect each other. As a brother, you will help your less fortunate siblings who are in difficulty. You will help them. You won’t leave them alone … so (we become) a caring society. That will materialise by embracing the (concept) of the Malaysian Family,” he said.

The prime minister said the concept transcends religious, racial and ethnic boundaries, covering all age groups, young and old.

Citing as an example inter-marriage, which is a common practice in Sabah and Sarawak, he said that although it involved different races, due to the bond in the family and culture, they could live together.

“This is a Malaysian Family, religion and race will not separate us if there is a family bond. We will look after our families, we will defend our families, that is the concept of the Malaysian Family,” he said.

He said the concept emphasised the values of good education in a family, including inclusiveness, togetherness and gratitude, based on the Rukun Negara and the Federal Constitution.

Asked about the acceptance of the concept by Malaysians, Ismail Sabri said thus far the response was good, but it was still in the early stages.

“Thus far, I think the response has been very good, but in terms of promotion, we have yet to move aggressively. The electronic media has already started. It will be (promoted) in a more aggressive manner,” he said.

He said as the Malaysian Family is something that transcends race and religion, it means that the focus is on unity.

“In my speech on the 12th Malaysia Plan (12MP), I mentioned about unity, and the focus of the speech included all … the Malays and various ethnic groups such as in Sabah and Sarawak.

“We also focus on Chinese new villages (Kampung Baru Cina) to improve in terms of infrastructure and special loan schemes, because I know that not all Chinese are wealthy. Some are poor, (living) in poor Chinese villages. For the Indians, there is an action plan for the community. That’s why our Malaysian Family theme covers everyone.

“When we mention poverty, it also transcends race. When you are poor, your struggle is the same, regardless of (your) race. If you normally eat three meals a day and suddenly can only eat twice a day, the feeling for Malays, Chinese and Indians is the same,” he said.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency

RM7 million to fight rabies in Sarawak – Uggah

KUCHING, Oct 2 — The Sarawak government has approved an allocation of RM7.07 million for rabies control and eradication programmes this year, said Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas.

He said the state government is serious in eliminating rabies and has provided the required funding, personnel and logistics to combat this disease.

According to Uggah, the commitment in controlling and eliminating rabies is a top priority of the state government and it has placed it under the State Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) for effective implementation and monitoring.

“Integrated and collaborative rabies control efforts in the state have also resulted in heightened community awareness on how to recognise and respond to the threat of rabies.

“We have also seen improved case management through cross-sectoral rapid response and integrated bite case management as well as improved mass dog rabies vaccination achieving more than 70 per cent coverage of the dog population,” he said in his speech at the state-level World Rabies Day 2021 here today.

The text of his speech was read out by state Local Government and Housing Minister Datuk Seri Dr Sim Kui Hian.

Meanwhile, according to Uggah, since the rabies incursion into Sarawak in July 2017 the state has lost 33 lives to rabies, and these lives could have been saved if they knew of the disease and sought immediate medical treatment.

“We can control and end rabies among our dog population. Every pet owner must bear the responsibility to keep their pets healthy by getting their pets checked up regularly, getting their core vaccinations, deworming as well as the rabies vaccination.

“If you have been bitten by a dog, do carry out the first aid measures like thorough washing of the bite wound with soap and water and immediately seek medical treatment including getting the human post-exposure rabies vaccination. This will prevent you from developing symptoms of rabies,” he added.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency

Just 4 per cent more vaccination to open doors to interstate travel

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 2 — The interstate travel ban is set to be lifted soon as the nation’s vaccination rate against COVID-19 is fast approaching the 90 per cent milestone for the adult population.

In a posting on his official Twitter account today, Khairy said 86 per cent of adults have been fully vaccinated as of yesterday.

“With greater mobility, there will be more gatherings. We need to take responsibility for our actions. If you develop symptoms get a test kit and test. If positive, isolate quickly,” he said.

Recently, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said interstate travel would be allowed when 90 per cent of the country’s adult population is fully vaccinated, based on the Ministry of Health (MoH) data and analysis.

According to MoH’s COVIDNOW portal, 20,317,843 individuals or 86.8 per cent of adults have completed their jabs as of yesterday.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency

Additional Special Criminal Court on Sexual Crimes Against Children necessary – Azalina

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 2 — Additional Special Criminal Court on Sexual Crimes Against Children (JSKK) is necessary to deal with the high increase in such cases recorded in the states, said chairman of the Special Select Committee on Women and Children Affairs and Social Development, Datuk Seri Azalina Othman.

In pursuing the matter, she said a request for a courtesy call on the Chief Justice had been made to discuss and find a solution to the issue.

“This includes increasing the number of special posts of Grade Jusa C judicial officers for JSKK Court judges, developing capacity and strengthening the cooperation of various agencies to expedite the disposal of cases,” she said in a statement today.

The decision was made at the 3rd meeting of the Select Committee on Women and Child Affairs and Social Development recently.

Other decisions included for the Malaysian Human Rights Commission (SUHAKAM) to prepare a research paper on the mechanism for the establishment of an independent commission for children (SBKK).

Apart from that, Azalina said three working committees had been formed under the Committee to Address Domestic Violence (JMKRT), namely the advocacy and capacity development, protection and data committees.

She said the direction of the committee was to refine actions and mechanisms for the implementation and handling of cases holistically and effectively, including improving aspects of advocacy, protection and data reporting.

The meeting, she said, also agreed to involve members of the Select Committee on Women and Children Affairs and Social Development as observers in JMKRT.

“For the next meeting, the Select Committee on Women and Children Affairs and Social Development has proposed to also invite non-governmental organisations and other stakeholders,” she added.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency

Additional Special Criminal Court on Sexual Crimes Against Children necessary – Azalina

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 2 — Additional Special Criminal Court on Sexual Crimes Against Children (JSKK) is necessary to deal with the high increase in such cases recorded in the states, said chairman of the Special Select Committee on Women and Children Affairs and Social Development, Datuk Seri Azalina Othman.

In pursuing the matter, she said a request for a courtesy call on the Chief Justice had been made to discuss and find a solution to the issue.

“This includes increasing the number of special posts of Grade Jusa C judicial officers for JSKK Court judges, developing capacity and strengthening the cooperation of various agencies to expedite the disposal of cases,” she said in a statement today.

The decision was made at the 3rd meeting of the Select Committee on Women and Child Affairs and Social Development recently.

Other decisions included for the Malaysian Human Rights Commission (SUHAKAM) to prepare a research paper on the mechanism for the establishment of an independent commission for children (SBKK).

Apart from that, Azalina said three working committees had been formed under the Committee to Address Domestic Violence (JMKRT), namely the advocacy and capacity development, protection and data committees.

She said the direction of the committee was to refine actions and mechanisms for the implementation and handling of cases holistically and effectively, including improving aspects of advocacy, protection and data reporting.

The meeting, she said, also agreed to involve members of the Select Committee on Women and Children Affairs and Social Development as observers in JMKRT.

“For the next meeting, the Select Committee on Women and Children Affairs and Social Development has proposed to also invite non-governmental organisations and other stakeholders,” she added.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency