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New cases dip to 2,176, death toll up by 10

Another 4,521 patients discharged takes total recoveries to 218,335.

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New cases continue to hover above 2,000

2,154 new cases, 3,275 recoveries.

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Another 2,176 Covid-19 cases were recorded today, taking total confirmed infections in the country to 266,445.

Selangor recorded 910 cases, Johor 269, Sarawak 246, Kuala Lumpur 182 and Negeri Sembilan 145.

Sabah recorded 97 cases followed by Penang (91), Perak (83), Terengganu (53), Kedah (33), Kelantan (31), Pahang (15), Melaka (14) and Putrajaya (seven).

Active cases stand at 47,135 with 260 in the ICU and 112 in need of respiratory assistance.

Another 4,521 patients were discharged, bringing total recoveries to 218,335.

However, 10 more deaths were reported, pushing the virus toll to 975.

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