Malaysia Mourns Another 34 COVID Deaths On The Last Day Of 2021

Malaysia Mourns Another 34 COVID Deaths On The Last Day Of 2021
Source – AAMC

Thirty-four more individuals have died in Malaysia as a result of Covid-19, according to the latest statistics from the Health Ministry (MoH) released at midnight.


Malaysia Mourns Another 34 COVID Deaths On The Last Day Of 2021

Thirty-four more individuals have died in Malaysia as a result of Covid-19, according to the latest statistics from the Health Ministry (MoH) released at midnight.

As a result, the total mortality toll from Covid-19 across the nation now stands at 31,462.

Eleven were brought in dead, according to the CovidNow website.

Terengganu has the highest mortality rate in Malaysia, with 29 fatalities per million inhabitants. Perak came in second with 22 deaths per million people, while Penang came in third with 16 deaths per million people.

Source - SCMP

At the moment, the national average for deaths is ten per million people. Seven states had averages that were lower. They are Johor and Putrajaya (each with nine), Selangor (seven), Sabah, and Melaka (each with seven) (five each).

Labuan and Sarawak were the only states or federal territories with no fatalities.

Almost three-quarters (74.4%) of the most recent fatalities were those over the age of 60. By comparison, 25.6% of those involved were between the ages of 18 and 59.

New Infections

Also, the Ministry of Health updated its data on daily Covid-19 cases by state.

Malaysia recorded 3,997 new cases yesterday, with Selangor reporting the highest daily infection rate at 910.

Johor, which had 397 new cases, was followed by Sabah (362), Penang (254), Melaka (246), Negeri Sembilan (229), Pahang (220), Terengganu (200), Kelantan (192), Perak (191), and Kuala Lumpur (148).

Kedah had 24 new cases, Perlis had 21, Putrajaya had ten, and Labuan had seven.

Malaysia presently has a cumulative total of 2,746,555 cases.

Source – Malay Mail

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