Most of the new cases were also not vaccinated, it added.There were another 174 deaths, of which 28 were brought in dead to hospital. Ninety of the deaths were in the Klang Valley.The number of patients in the intensive care unit also reached yet another high this week, with 1,043 cases warded. Of these, 531 require respiratory support.
The health ministry on Thursday evening said that Hospital Serdang has been redesignated as a full-time COVID-19 hospital, making it the fourth hospital in the state of Selangor to do so.Advertisement Read more: CNA »
North Korea puts hazmat suits on parade for national day, but no missiles
SEOUL — North Korea celebrated the 73rd anniversary of its foundation with a night-time military parade in the capital, state media reported on Thursday (Sept 9), publishing photographs of marching rows of personnel in orange hazmat suits but no ballistic missiles.
New normal The virus will always be around and the daily cases is just numbers without severity stats backings. Any main stream media should start reporting on daily deaths instead of just daily cases.
Basketball backboard structure in Bedok South falls, killing 17-year-oldSingapore — A basketball backboard structure in Bedok fell on a 17-year-old, resulting in a fatal incident on Monday night (Jul 26). The East Coast Town Council took to Facebook to share the news which happened at the basketball court next to Blk 18
Olympic host Tokyo's COVID-19 daily cases rise to 3,177, second straight recordDaily COVID-19 cases in Olympic host city Tokyo hit a record high for a second straight day on Wednesday, topping 3,000 for the first time since ... Congrats
More than 17,000 new COVID-19 cases in Malaysia in 9th record this monthKUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia hit another record high for new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday (Jul 28) with 17,405 infections. More than half of the new ... broz6969 Malaysia has overtaken India? Must be proud this KerajaanPintuBelakang MuhyiddinYassin ! DrAdhamBaba DGHisham DrNoorAzmi kkmm_gov KKMPutrajaya Lawan 🏴🏴🏴 KerajaanCirit KerajaanGagal MahiaddinOUT
Tokyo COVID-19 cases top 3,000, record high for second straight day - mediaTOKYO (Reuters) -Daily COVID-19 cases in Olympic host city Tokyo hit a record high for a second straight day on Wednesday, topping 3,000 for the first time since the pandemic began, local media reported, as the spike in infections puts pressure on hospitals. The sharp rise in cases may dampen domestic enthusiasm for the Games - taking place under unprecedented conditions, including a ban on spectators in most venues - despite a rush of medals for Japanese athletes. The surge may also spell trouble for Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, whose support ratings are at their lowest since he took office last September, ahead of a general election this year.
As emergency expiry nears, Malaysia logs 17,405 Covid-19 cases in new daily record
Of 139 new COVID cases, 8 residents linked to new Westlite Juniper dorm clusterThe Ministry of Health (MOH) on Tuesday (27 July) reported 139 new COVID-19 cases in Singapore, taking the country's total case count to 64,453. Get READY🕺💥 AjithismTrendOnAug2 Valimai