PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia’s Covid-19 death toll has reached 24,078 after the Health Ministry reported 334 more coronavirus deaths on Tuesday (Sept 21).
Based on the ministry’s Github data repository, four out of the 301 deaths occurred on Tuesday, while the rest are backlog cases that were not confirmed previously.
Of the reported deaths on Tuesday, 84 were fatalities classified as “brought-in-dead” (BID) cases.
This brings the total of BID cases in the country up to 4,648.
Based on the latest graphs on the ministry’s CovidNow website, the country’s death cases continue to show a declining trend.
The average number of deaths in the last seven days - based on actual date of death - is 101.
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PETALING JAYA: Malaysia's Covid-19 death toll has reached 23,443 after the Health Ministry reported 376 fatalities on Sunday (Sept 19).
This is based on the Health Ministry's CovidNow website, which shows the number of newly-reported deaths, including the backlog as well as a separate figure for actual deaths.
The actual number of deaths is dynamic as Covid-19 fatalities take time to confirm and verify.
Of the 376 reported deaths, 148 were recorded in Selangor, followed by Johor (43), Sabah (35), Kelantan (32), Penang (29), Kedah (25), Sarawak (23), Kuala Lumpur (14), Perak (8), Terengganu (7), Pahang (6), Negri Sembilan (4) and Melaka (2).
Of these, 75 fatalities were classified as "brought-in-dead" (BID) cases.
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PETALING JAYA: Malaysia's Covid-19 death toll has reached 22,743 after the Health Ministry reported 388 fatalities on Friday (Sept 17).
Of the 388 reported deaths, 167 were recorded in Selangor, followed by Johor (76), Kedah (48), Penang (24), Sabah (22), Pahang (12), Kuala Lumpur (12), Kelantan (10), Perak (7), Terengganu (5), Perlis (2), Sarawak (2) and Negri Sembilan (1).
Of these, 64 fatalities were classified as "brought-in-dead" (BID) cases.
This brings the total of BID cases in the country to 4,327.
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