Covid-19 (July 10) - Death toll crosses 6,000 mark; new record 9,353 of cases

10/7/2021 1:25:00 PM

The 87 deaths today pushed the death toll past the 6,000 mark.

The 87 deaths today pushed the death toll past the 6,000 mark.

Malacca records 835 new cases, the highest yet. Its previous record was 380 cases.

COVID-19| The Covid-19 situation in the country showed no signs of abating as fresh infections hit record highs for the second consecutive day.The Health Ministry reported 9,353 new Covid-19 cases today, beating out the 9,180 fresh infections yesterday, which was also a record-high.

There were also 87 deaths today pushing the national death to 6,067.The number of recoveries today failed to dampen the rise in active cases.Active cases: 84,021Patients in ICUs: 959Intubated: 451Selangor reported more than 4,000 cases for the third consecutive day while fresh infections also remain elevated in Kuala Lumpur as it reported four-digit cases for the fifth consecutive day.

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Covid-19 (July 10): Another new record of 9,353 cases, drastic spike in MalaccaCOVID-19 | Malacca recorded 835 new cases, the highest yet. The previous record was 380 cases.

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- COVID-19 | The Covid-19 situation in the country showed no signs of abating as fresh infections hit record highs for the second consecutive day.Gombak OCPD Asst Comm Zainal Mohamed Mohamed said that the police received information of the shop at Taman Industri Bolton, Batu Caves on Friday (July 9).In his daily Covid-19 statement, Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah ( pic ) said Selangor has the most number of deaths with 28 fatalities reported in the state.- COVID-19 | The Covid-19 situation in the country showed no signs of abating as fresh infections hit record highs for the second consecutive day.

The Health Ministry reported 9,353 new Covid-19 cases today, beating out the 9,180 fresh infections yesterday, which was also a record-high. There were also 87 deaths today pushing the national death to 6,067. However, the number of employees on duty was beyond the capacity allowed by the National Security Council," he said on Saturday (July 10). The number of recoveries today failed to dampen the rise in active cases. Three of the casualties are foreign citizens while the rest are Malaysians. Active cases: 84,021 Patients in ICUs: 959 Intubated: 451 Selangor reported more than 4,000 cases for the third consecutive day while fresh infections also remain elevated in Kuala Lumpur as it reported four-digit cases for the fifth consecutive day. "We hope the public, including business owners, can comply with the SOP. Notably, Malacca also saw a dramatic spike in new cases with 835 infections. New cases by states.

Previously, the most daily cases Malacca had seen was 380 on May 28. Article type: metered. On Friday (July 9), Malaysia’s case figures reached a new high with 9, 180 infections reported. New cases by states .