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117 more Covid-19 deaths are reported in Malaysia, bringing the total to 26,876

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As of midnight, the Ministry of Health had registered 117 more deaths related to Covid-19, bringing the total number of deaths from the epidemic to 26,876.

16 instances were brought in dead out of the new deaths documented (BID).

According to the most recent updated numbers as of 7 a.m. today, the real number of people who died of Covid-19 on October 5 was only three.

Instead of merely daily deaths with Covid-19 discovered, the ministry's Covid-19 mortality reports now contain backlogged instances.


When all states were compared, Penang had the highest fatality rate, with 97.0 deaths per 1,000,000 people.

Perlis (90.2), Johor (62.7), and Sarawak were the next three states (55.7).

The death rates in these four states were greater than the national average of 50.0.

Malaysia announced 8,803 additional Covid-19 cases yesterday, raising the total number of current cases to 135,945.
In the last 24 hours, there were 6,915 fewer active cases.

In comparison, in the same time span, 15,615 Covid-19 patients recovered.
Since the epidemic began, the overall number of Covid-19 cases has risen to 2,289,542.


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