Malaysia Records 9 Covid Brought In Dead Cases

As of 11.59 pm yesterday, the Health Ministry (MoH) has confirmed additional 66 deaths due to Covid-19, including nine individuals who died before being taken to hospitals.


Malaysia Records 9 Covid Brought In Dead Cases

As of 11.59 pm yesterday, the Health Ministry (MoH) has confirmed additional 66 deaths due to Covid-19, including nine individuals who died before being taken to hospitals.

This raises the total number of individuals who died from the virus to 30,718.

According to statistics from the last two weeks, the national mortality rate has increased to 16 deaths per 1 million.

Terengganu had the highest mortality rate with 48 fatalities per 1 million inhabitants, followed by Perak with 27 and Kelantan with 24.

Other states and Federal Territories with rates higher than the national average include Negeri Sembilan, which has a rate of 22 fatalities per million inhabitants, Perlis, which has a rate of 20; and Kuala Lumpur, which has a rate of 17.

Source - mStar

Meanwhile, Selangor had a mortality rate of 12 per million residents.

Among individuals who died from Covid-19 in the same two-week period, 60.3 percent were fully vaccinated, 3.3 percent were partially vaccinated, and 36.4 percent were unvaccinated.

74.9 percent of those who died were 60 years or older. Another 24.4% were between the ages of 30 and 59, and 1.7% were between 18 and 29.

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

Meanwhile, 97.5 percent were Malaysians, with men accounting for 57.9 percent.

The latest update on CovidNow shows that 4,936 new Covid-19 cases were recorded yesterday, up to 11.59pm.

By states and Federal Territories, Selangor recorded the highest number of new cases by states and federal territories with 1,192 cases.

This was followed by 571 cases in Kelantan, 438 in Johor, and 388 in Kuala Lumpur.

The lowest cases were logged in Perlis, Putrajaya and Labuan — with 46, 32 and 23 cases, respectively.

Active cases in Malaysia number 60,411, while the cumulative total of cases from the start of the pandemic here is 2,661,959.

Source – Malay Mail

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