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847 new cases, 5 more deaths take virus toll past 200 mark

Another 486 recoveries recorded as well.

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A total of 847 new cases were recorded today, taking cumulative confirmed infections in the country to 23,804.

The bulk of them were recorded in Sabah (578), followed by Selangor (137) and Negeri Sembilan (38).

Labuan recorded 29 new cases followed by Kuala Lumpur (23), Perak (14), Penang (10), Putrajaya (four), Kedah (three), Melaka (three), Pahang (two), Johor (one) and Sarawak (one).

No new cases were recorded in Perlis.

Active cases stand at 8,183 or 34.38% with 90 in the ICU and 29 in need of respiratory assistance.

Meanwhile, 486 patients were discharged from hospital, pushing total recoveries to 15,417 or 64.77%.

However, five more deaths were recorded, driving the virus toll past the 200 mark to 204.

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