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567 cases in the Klang Valley, 556 in Sabah.

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Another 1,304 Covid-19 cases were recorded today, the majority of them in the Klang Valley.

A total of 567 cases were reported in the Klang Valley: 364 in Selangor, 202 in Kuala Lumpur, and one in Putrajaya.

This was followed by Sabah (556) and Negeri Sembilan (83).

Penang recorded 42 cases while Perak, Melaka and Sarawak reported 13 each.

Kelantan and Kedah recorded five new cases each, Labuan four and Johor three.

Active cases stand at 11,822 with 96 in the ICU and 39 in need of respiratory assistance.

Another 900 patients were discharged, pushing total recoveries to 32,969 or 73.1%.

However, one more death was reported, bringing the virus toll to 304.

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