Malaysia for the second time this week recorded more recoveries from Covid-19 than new cases, when Director-General of Health Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah today announced that 166 people have been discharged, while 156 new infections have been recorded.
- 156 new infections, with total infections at 4,119
- Two new deaths, with tally at 65
- 76 in ICU, with 45 needing respiratory support
- 15 transferred from ICU to regular wards
- 166 discharged today, with total recoveries at 1,487
He said the total number of Covid-19 recoveries is now 1,487, while the country has logged 4,119 infections of the coronavirus.
“Our recovery is at 36.1 percent,” he said.
Dr Noor Hisham said two more people have died of the virus – one of them a Pakistani national who had attended the tabligh gathering in Sri Petaling. Sixty-five people have died of Covid-19 in Malaysia so far.
The death toll so far is 65 or 1.58 percent of the total cases.
He said 76 Covid-19 patients are in intensive care, with 45 of them needing respiratory support.
Dr Noor Hisham also said 15 Covid-19 patients previously in intensive care units (ICU) have been transferred to regular wards.
On Monday, Malaysians cheered when 236 Covid-19 patients were discharged against 131 new cases, sparking hope that the country was making inroads in the battle to “flatten the curve” of infections.