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Malaysia's death toll has risen to 20,711 people, with 292 deaths confirmed on Sunday (Sept 12)


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The death toll from the Covid-19 virus in Malaysia has risen to 20,711 after the Health Ministry confirmed 292 new coronavirus deaths on Sunday (Sept 12).


Backlogged cases that were previously unreported were among the 292 deaths.


The average number of deaths in the past one week, based on the actual date of death, is 99, according to the Health Ministry's CovidNow website.

 

To better represent the current pandemic scenario in the country, the government has modified the way it reports Covid-19 mortality.


The number of newly reported deaths, including the backlog, will be displayed on the CovidNow website, as well as a separate figure depicting the actual deaths.


The statistics of Covid-19 deaths show a declining trend, according to the most recent graph.


There were 106 fatalities classed as "brought-in-dead" (BID) instances among the 292 reported deaths on Sunday.

 

This raises the country's overall number of BID cases to 3,782.

 

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