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COVID-19: 15,764 new cases and record-high 219 deaths today | SoyaCincau.com

Malaysia records 219 COVID-19 deaths today, the highest reported in a day since the start of the pandemic. Sabah, Johor and Kedah continue to record over 1,000 new cases today respectively.

2/8/2021 2:04:00 PM

Malaysia records 219 COVID-19 deaths today, the highest reported in a day since the start of the pandemic. Sabah, Johor and Kedah continue to record over 1,000 new cases today respectively.

Malaysia has recorded 15,764 new COVID-19 cases today which brings the total number of infections to 1,146,186. There are 219 new deaths reported today which is a new record high. The death toll is now 9,403. The Ministry of Health has reported 11,767 new recoveries and a total of 937,732 patients have recovered and been […]

Malaysia has recorded 15,764 new COVID-19 cases today which brings the total number of infections to 1,146,186. There are 219 new deaths reported today which is a new record high. The death toll is now 9,403.The Ministry of Health has reported 11,767 new recoveries and a total of 937,732 patients have recovered and been discharged so far. The recovery rate is now 81.81% while the mortality rate is now 0.82%.

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There are currently 199,051 active cases remaining which are receiving treatment. 1,063 are in ICU while 532 require respiratory support.Out of the 15,764 new cases today, 6 are imported while 15,758 are transmitted locally. Selangor recorded the most with 6,067 cases, followed by Kuala Lumpur with 1,536 cases, Johor with 1,222 cases, Sabah with 1,166 cases and Kedah with 1,108 cases.

The Ministry of Health has identified 29 new clusters today. 13 are workplace-related and 11 are community clusters. It added that 5 community clusters identified today aredue to home visitsduring the festive season.Over 98% of new COVID-19 cases today are category 1 and 2 where individuals exhibit light or no symptoms. 12,239 out of 15,764 (77.64%) of new cases today are from unvaccinated individuals. headtopics.com

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Covid-19: Another grim record with 219 deaths on Monday (Aug 2)PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry has reported 219 deaths due to Covid-19 on Monday (August 2), a new daily record. Kejayaan kan Whats your plan DGHisham? or you are just reduced to reporting cases and clueless on how to overcome this disaster? Maybe 501Awani ada opening. Can KKMPutrajaya DGHisham re-share death stats on age, comorbidities and how many % have had 1 dose, 2 doses, and post 2nd dose + 2 weeks? The same categories for those in ICU too, please. Better if we have for those in Cat 4 & 5

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Noor Hisham concerned critical Covid-19 cases in Perak will rise in coming weeksAuthorities are now making preparations to face the expected surge in cases. Enuf is enuf lah we are dying without money too. What happen to total lockdown? What is the outcome? Let we open our business with sop lah DGHisham IsmailSabri60 tzafrul_aziz U guys are not welcome to Perak . Dont cross over to Perak . STOP. !!! Taknak tutup Perak? Parlimen ada 11 kes tutup 4 hari+ DGHisham