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834 new cases, 900 recoveries as active cases drop below 10,000

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Another 834 cases were recorded today, taking total confirmed cases in the country to 33,339.

Of these, 503 were recorded in Sabah, followed by Selangor (129), Labuan (105), Kuala Lumpur (22) and Penang (21).

A total of 900 patients were discharged, bringing cumulative recoveries to 23,120 or 69.3% of all cases.

This takes active cases below 10,000 again to 9,968 with 91 in the ICU and 32 in need of respiratory assistance.

However, two more deaths were reported, taking the virus toll to 251.

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