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Malaysia recorded only two new cases of Covid-19 as of June 10, the lowest number of cases identified since the nationwide lockdowns began in March.
Of the two cases, one was an imported case from overseas, while the other was a locally transmitted incident involving a foreigner in Sarawak.
There were no Covid-19 infections involving Malaysian citizens, however, another fatality was recorded involving a 61-year-old male patient linked to the tabligh cluster who died on June 10, adding the nation’s total coronavirus death count to 118.
To date Malaysia has recorded a total of 8,338 cases with 1,206 still active.
MOH hopes that Malaysians remain vigilant at ensuring all Covid-guidelines provided by the government are abided to avoid the further spread of the coronavirus during the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) period.
TRP gives our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased patient.
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