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Covid-19 (July 29): 17,170 cases, spike in Pahang

Cases remain high in the Klang Valley and in Kedah, while Pahang records its highest-ever case numbers.

29/7/2021 10:53:00 AM

COVID19 | Malaysia has recorded 17,170 cases today, according to the Health Ministry. This is the second-highest after the 17,405 cases recorded yesterday.

Cases remain high in the Klang Valley and in Kedah, while Pahang records its highest-ever case numbers.

This is the second-highest after the 17,405 cases recorded yesterday.Most cases are still concentrated in theKlang Valleywith 9,385 cases recorded across Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya.Cases are still high inKedah(1,212) which recorded four-digit figures for the fifth consecutive day.

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Meanwhile,Pahangrecorded a spike of 638 cases today, which is the highest ever recorded in the state. This is well above the average of 449 cases per day in the state including today. Read more: malaysiakini.com »

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