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1,240 new cases, death toll up by 7

691 recoveries also reported.

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Kes baru Covid-19 jatuh bawah 2,000

12 lagi kematian dicatatkan.

New cases drop below 2,000 mark

12 more deaths reported.

MIC leader questions ‘fickle-minded’ Umno chiefs

MIC deputy president M Saravanan says the party will only decide based on discussions in Barisan Nasional.

A new high of 1,240 cases was recorded today, pushing total confirmed infections to 27,805.

Of these, 927 were recorded in Sabah, followed by Selangor (177), Penang (61), Negeri Sembilan (25) and Kuala Lumpur (17).

Perak recorded eight new cases, followed by Sarawak (seven), Labuan (six), Johor (four), Terengganu (three), Kedah (three) and Melaka (two).

No new cases were recorded in Perlis, Kelantan, Pahang and Putrajaya.

Active cases now stand at 9,744 with 94 in the ICU and 31 in need of respiratory assistance.

A total of 691 patients were discharged from hospital, taking recoveries to 17,825 or 64.11%.

However, seven more deaths were also reported, all in Sabah, taking the virus toll to 236 or 0.85%.

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