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1,168 new cases, most recoveries yet

1,029 recoveries, three more deaths.

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Tidak perlu surat polis rentas negeri hantar anak ke asrama

Ibu bapa hanya perlu menunjukkan surat yang dikeluarkan pihak sekolah semasa melalui sekatan jalan raya.

No police permit needed to cross borders for school

Parents only need to show letters issued by the schools at police roadblocks.

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.

Another 1,168 Covid-19 cases were reported today, taking total confirmed infections in the country to 39,357.

Of these, 616 were recorded in Sabah, 247 in Selangor, 105 in Labuan and 68 in Negeri Sembilan.

Active cases stand at 11,666 with 87 in the ICU and 32 in need of respiratory assistance.

Another 1,029 patients were discharged, bringing total recoveries to 27,409 or 69.6%.

However, three more deaths were reported, pushing the virus toll to 282.

Four new clusters were also detected.

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