According to the COVIDNow website, there were 56,229 active Covid-19 cases as of yesterday.
37 New COVID Deaths In Malaysia Including 4 Brought In Dead Cases
Malaysia’s Ministry of Health reported additional 37 fatalities associated with Covid-19, including four brought-in-dead cases in the previous 24 hours.
As of 11:59 p.m. yesterday, the overall number of Covid-19 fatalities across the nation was 31,026, including 6,274 brought-in-dead.
The countries’ average mortality rate per million people has remained at 13, with Terengganu having the highest rate at 44, Perlis at 24, and Negeri Sembilan and Pulau Pinang at 19.
The Klang Valley, which comprises Selangor and Kuala Lumpur, averaged nine per million people.
Source - The Straits Times
The overall mortality rate in the country is 1.1 per cent, out of a total of 2,701,174 Covid-19 cases as of yesterday.
According to granular data, people above the age of 80 accounts for 24.8% of fatalities, whereas those aged 70 to 79 account for 24.8% of deaths in the previous two weeks, with data current as of December 16.
Between the ages of 60 and 69, this age group accounts for 24% of all deaths, followed by 14.6 per cent of those aged 50 to 59.
No deaths were reported in the age ranges of 5 to 11 or 12 to 17 in the preceding two weeks.
Also, according to website data, there were 56,229 active Covid-19 cases as of yesterday.
This comprises 46,826 persons (83.3 per cent) who are quarantined at home, 8.5 per cent (4,763 individuals) who are put in quarantine centres, and 4,257 individuals (7.6 per cent) who are hospitalised.
One hundred eighty-five patients admitted to the hospital are treated in the critical care unit without ventilators, while another 198 require ventilator support.
Source – Malay Mail