COVID-19: No deaths in two days, 88 recoveries, 68 new cases – Health DG

by BERNAMA / pic by BERNAMA

THERE have not been any COVID-19 related fatalities reported in the country for two consecutive days, with the death toll remaining at 107 cases, Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah (picture) said. 

However, there were 68 new cases reported overnight, a slight rise compared to the day before, with 57 of them involving non-Malaysians, he said. 

“This brings the tally in Malaysia to 6,535 cases, with the total number of infectivity cases at 1,564 cases. They have been isolated and given treatment,” he said at the daily COVID-19 media briefing here today. 

Also, another 88 patients have fully recovered and were discharged today, he added. 

“As such, the total number of recovery and discharged cases stands at 4,864 patients or 74.43 percent of case tally,” he said. 

 

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