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Malaysia's Covid-19 occurrences declined for the second day in a succession on October 24th, reaching 5,666

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Malaysia reported 5,666 new cases on Sunday (October 24), down 3% from the 5,828 cases recorded the day before, marking the second day of drop.

According to Health Director-General Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah, the total number of infections in the country has now reached 2,431,716.

He stated in a statement that the most recent infections included 20 imported cases and 5,646 domestic cases.


Only 107 cases (1.9%) fell into Categories 3, 4, and 5 (severe or critical), with the remainder 5,559 falling into Categories 1 and 2. (asymptomatic or with mild symptoms).

In intensive care units, a total of 601 cases were being treated, with 299 patients requiring respiratory assistance.

Dr. Noor Hisham reported 6,978 fresh recoveries, bringing the total number of patients released to 2,327,369 so far.


Three new Covid-19 clusters were discovered, bringing the total number of clusters to 5,722, according to the director-general.

Ladang Jalan Kluang (workplace cluster), Jalan Sutera Kuning (high risk group), and Jalan Lama Tebuk Marso were the three new clusters (community cluster).

From these clusters, a total of 42 cases were discovered.


To date, 5,183 clusters have been deemed closed, leaving 539 active clusters around the country.

Meanwhile, 42 Covid-19-related deaths were reported on October 23 on covidnow.moh.gov.my, increasing the total number of deaths to 28,354.


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