According to the Ministry of Health, there are 24 new cases in Malaysia today (9 September) as of 12pm, bringing the total number of cases to 9,583 cases. There are currently 317 active cases. Out of the 24 cases reported, 18 cases are local transmissions and 6 cases are imported.
7 cases have been discharged today and the total number of patients discharged since February is 9,143 cases.
There is no addition of death cases today bringing the total number of deaths due to Covid-19 in Malaysia to 128 cases.
These latest numbers should indicate that we need to accept the new normal by maintaining good hygiene and practising physical distancing at all times.
Stay safe and stay tuned for more updates!
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