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972 more cases, recoveries hit new high

1,345 patients discharged, eight more deaths.

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Another 972 Covid-19 cases were recorded today, taking total confirmed infections in the country to 41,181.

Of these, 370 were reported in Sabah, 260 in Negeri Sembilan, 138 in Selangor and 63 in Labuan.

Active cases stand at 11,308 with 86 in the ICU and 31 in need of respiratory assistance.

A new high of 1,345 patients were discharged, pushing total recoveries to 29,579 or 71.8%.

However, eight more deaths were also recorded, bringing the virus toll to 294.

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