Malaysia Records Another 28 COVID Related Deaths

Malaysia Records Another 28 COVID Related Deaths
Source – Malay Mail

Another 28 deaths are now added to the nationwide Covid-19 tally, pushing the fatality count to 31,560.


Another 28 deaths are now added to the nationwide Covid-19 tally, pushing the fatality count to 31,560.

The number of deaths on January 3 was higher than on January 2, when 19 deaths were reported.

Malaysia also reported 2,690 positive Covid-19 cases yesterday, bringing the total number of infections in the country to 2,767,044 since the pandemic began.

To date, there are 39,733 current Covid-19 cases in the country, with 81.9 percent of them being placed under home quarantine orders.

Source - BBC

Covid-19 quarantine and treatment centres are treating 9% of the population, or 3,565 people, while another 8.4%, or 3,350 people, are in hospitals, and the remaining 0.7 percent, or 265 people, are in intensive care units (ICU).

A total of 147 individuals, or 0.4 percent, are on ventilators, while 118 individuals, or 0.3 percent, are not.

Yesterday, the country recorded 3,535 coronavirus recoveries, increasing the total number of Covid-19 recoveries in the country to 2,695,751.

In terms of Covid-19 vaccines, 78.4 percent of the population has been fully vaccinated, while 1.3 percent of the population, or 107,592, has been partially vaccinated.

Overall, 97.7% of the adult population (those aged 18 and above) has been completely vaccinated, with another 27.4% having had their booster doses.

Another 377,138 people are still waiting for their vaccinations.

A total of 87.6% of adolescents have had full vaccinations, while 2.9 percent have received only partial vaccinations.

Source – New Straits Times

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