COVID Death Toll In Malaysia Rises To 30989 With Another 33 Deaths Recorded

COVID Death Toll In Malaysia Rises To 30989 With Another 33 Deaths Recorded

According to statistics from the last two weeks, the national mortality rate has risen to 12 fatalities per million people.


COVID Death Toll In Malaysia Rises To 30989 With Another 33 Deaths Recorded

Malaysia confirmed 33 more Covid-19 fatalities in the previous 24 hours, including four people who died prior to being transported to hospitals.

This puts the disease’s death toll in the country to 30,989 individuals.

According to statistics from the last two weeks, the national mortality rate has risen to 12 fatalities per million people.

Terengganu had the highest death rate of 41 per million residents over the same time, followed by Perlis with 24, Kelantan with 24, and Negeri Sembilan with 17.

Other states and Federal Territories with a higher rate than the national average include Perak (16 fatalities per million people), Penang (15), and Kedah (14) accordingly.

Source - CNA

Kuala Lumpur had an 11-death-per-million-population rate, whereas Selangor had an eight-death-per-million-population rate.

71.8 percent of those who died were 60 years or older. Another 26.6 percent were between the ages of 30 and 59, while 0.7 percent were between the ages of 18 and 29.

There have been no fatalities in the last two weeks among people aged 17 and younger.

Meanwhile, 98.1 percent were Malaysians, with men accounting for 55.2 percent.

New Reported Infections By State

According to the most recent update on the CovidNow website, 3,881 new Covid-19 cases were reported yesterday, up to 11.59pm.

Selangor had the most new cases with 1,133, followed by Johor with 400 and Kuala Lumpur with 322 new cases.

Putrajaya, Perlis, and Labuan recorded the fewest cases – 22, 20, and 14 respectively.

Malaysia now has 56,989 active cases, but the cumulative number of cases since the pandemic began is 2,696,948.

Source – Malay Mail

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