PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia's Covid-19 death toll has reached 22,355 after the Health Ministry reported 346 fatalities on Thursday (Sept 16).
Out of the 346 deaths, one occurred on Thursday, while the rest are backlogged cases.
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.
Based on CovidNow's latest graph, the average number of deaths daily over the past seven days is 107.
This continues a declining trend of Covid-19 deaths from early August, when the average was around 300 fatalities a day.
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