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Highest Covid-19 Death Toll Ever, 10 Casualties From Coronavirus Today

Highest Covid-19 Death Toll Ever, 10 Casualties From Coronavirus Today

The total now is 214.

Hakim Hassan

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The highest ever number of daily casualties due to Covid-19 have been reported today by the Ministry of Health, these 10 new deaths taking the total now to 214.

Of the 10 people who perished today, 8 were in Sabah and one each in Kedah and Labuan.

NegeriJantina (Warganegara)Umur (tahun)Latar Belakang
SabahLelaki (BWN)77Penyakit kencing manis, kanser pankreas dan dislipidemia
SabahPerempuan (WN)69
SabahLelaki (WN)54Penyakit kencing manis, darah tinggi, penyakit jantung dan dislipidemia
SabahLelaki (BWN)66Penyakit kencing manis, darah tinggi, dan penyakit jantung
SabahPerempuan (WN)62Penyakit kencing manis, darah tinggi, dislipidemia, gout, penyakit jantung dan obesiti.
SabahLelaki (WN)63Penyakit darah tinggi dan strok
SabahLelaki (WN)61Penyakit darah tinggi
SabahLelaki (WN)33Penyakit buah pinggang
KedahLelaki (WN)67
WP LabuanPerempuan (BWN)58Penyakit asma
WN (Malaysian) BWN (Non-Malaysian)
Credit: MOH

Additionally 710 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded today with Sabah (528 cases) being the state with the most infections followed by Selangor (62 cases) and Penang (39 cases).

Details of COVID-19 transmission cases in the country are as follows:

Sabah: 528 cases

  • 203 cases from clusters, including two (2) cases from new clusters namely Ocean Cluster;
  • 169 cases from close contact screening of COVID-19 positive cases; and
  • 156 cases from other COVID-19 screenings.

Selangor: 62 cases

  • 29 cases from clusters including 10 cases from new clusters namely Palma Cluster and Jaya Cluster;
  • 18 cases from COVID-19 positive case close contact screening;
  • One (1) case of screening to return from high risk areas (Sabah); and
  • 14 cases from other COVID-19 screenings.

Penang: 39 cases from existing clusters.

Negeri Sembilan: 37 cases

  • 28 cases from clusters including one (1) case from new clusters namely Cluster Jaya;
  • Two (2) COVID-19 positive case close contact cases; and
  • Seven (7) cases from other COVID-19 screenings.

Federal Territory of Labuan: 19 cases

  • 16 cases from existing clusters;
  • One (1) COVID-19 positive case close contact screening case; and
  • Two (2) cases from other COVID-19 screenings.

Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur: 10 cases

  • Five (5) cases from existing clusters including one (1) case from new clusters namely Palma Cluster;
  • Two (2) COVID-19 positive case close contact screening cases; and
  • Three (3) cases from other COVID-19 screenings.

Perak: Four (4) cases

  • One (1) case from an existing cluster; and
  • Three (3) cases from other COVID-19 screenings.

Johor: Four (4) cases

  • One (1) case from an existing cluster;
  • Two (2) cases from close contact screening of COVID-19 positive cases; and
  • One (1) of the other COVID-19 screenings.

Terengganu: Two (2) cases

  • One (1) case from COVID-19 positive case close contact screening; and
  • One (1) case from other COVID-19 screenings.

Sarawak: Two (2) cases from other COVID-19 screenings.

Kedah: One (1) case from an existing cluster.

Pahang: One (1) case from an existing cluster.

MOH also reported that 467 cases have recovered from the virus. This means that cumulatively 15, 884 people have fully recovered from COVID-19 here, equal to 64.8% of total cases.


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