Malaysia Records 48 COVID Deaths And 12 Brought In Dead

Malaysia Records 48 COVID Deaths Totalling To 57674 Current Cases
Source – Malay Mail

This raises the total number of Covid-19 deaths in Malaysia to 30,956, along with 6,266 who were brought in dead.


Malaysia Records 48 COVID Deaths And 12 Brought In Dead

As of midnight, Malaysia has recorded 48 further deaths as a result of Covid-19, including 12 who were brought in dead.

This raises the total number of Covid-19 deaths in Malaysia to 30,956, along with 6,266 who were brought in dead.

Out of the 48 Covid-19 fatalities, one-sixth or eight deaths, including one brought in dead, were documented in Penang, followed by Terengganu with six deaths, Sabah with six deaths, including five brought in dead, and Kelantan with six deaths, including two brought in dead.

Selangor had the most Covid-19 fatalities with five, followed by Perak with four, Johor with three having two brought in dead, Negeri Sembilan with three, Kedah and Kuala Lumpur with two each, Sarawak with one, and Pahang and Labuan with one each.

Malaysia experienced 13 Covid-19 fatalities per million individuals over the previous two weeks.

Source - The Straits Times

Terengganu had the highest number of Covid-19 deaths per million people during the same 14-day period, at 42, followed by Perlis (24), Penang (20), Labuan (20), Negeri Sembilan (19), Perak (18), Kelantan (17), and Kedah (14), while the rest of the states, such as Kuala Lumpur (12) and Selangor (9) had numbers below the national average.

The majority of the 275 Covid-19 deaths reported in Malaysia over the last week were in the older age groups, with 50 deaths in the 80+ age group, 75 deaths in the 70-79 age group, 72 deaths in the 60-69 age group, 44 deaths in the 50-59 age group, 16 deaths in the 40-49 age group, 11 deaths in the 30-39 age group, five deaths in the 18-29 age group, and one death each in the 5-11 and 0-4 age categories.

Infections According To State

Almost a quarter (1,021) of the 4,097 new Covid-19 cases found yesterday occurred in Selangor itself, followed by Johor (436), Kelantan (428), Pahang (329), Kuala Lumpur (317), Penang (285), Kedah (267), and Sabah (267). (232).

The remaining Covid-19 cases were detected in Terengganu (183), Melaka (159), Negeri Sembilan (159), Perak (139), Sarawak (64), Perlis (39), Putrajaya (27), and Labuan (39). (12).

This puts the overall number of Covid-19 infections in Malaysia to 2,699,240 since the pandemic started.

96.7 percent of this total, or 2,610,610, have recovered up to this point, including 4,301 who were recorded as having recovered yesterday.

As of midnight, Malaysia has 57,674 current Covid-19 cases, including 252 new cases yesterday.

Of the 57,674 active cases, 82.5 percent, or 47,600, are quarantined at home, 9.2 percent, or 5,280, are quarantined and treated in facilities, and 7.6 percent, or 4,412, are hospitalised.

Another 0.3% of active cases, or 181 patients, are in intensive care units (ICUs) without the need for respiratory aid, while another 0.3%, or 201 patients in ICUs, require intubation.

Source – Malay Mail

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