Malaysia’s Covid-19 cases burst past 2,000-mark as Selangor racks up 1,623 new infections

25-Nov-2020 Intellasia | Malay Mail | 6:51 AM Print This Post

Malaysia’s Covid-19 situation has deteriorated to unprecedented levels with Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah reporting another 2,188 cases today to surpass yesterday’s record of 1,844 cases.

Selangor contributed the overwhelming majority with 1,623 cases, followed by Sabah’s 232.

Most of Selangor’s cases were, however, from the Teratai cluster involving factory workers.

Perak recorded 112 and Kuala Lumpur at 90 cases.

The number of recoveries is also the highest ever at 1,673 while four deaths were reported today.


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