Malaysia has recorded a whopping 691 new Covid-19 cases as of 6 October 2020. This makes it the highest increase ever in the history of Covid-19 in the country to date! Yesterday (5 October), the country saw a 100+ increase in cases when the daily total of Covid-19 cases increased to 432.
Of the total cases, 688 are local cases while three cases are imported. Unfortunately, four new deaths have been recorded, raising the death toll to 141.
A majority of the new cases come from Sabah with 219 new cases and Kedah with 397 new cases. Meanwhile, Selangor records 38 Covid-19 cases.
The breakdown of the remaining cases are as follows:
- Kedah – 397
- Sabah – 219
- Putrajaya – 1
- Labuan – 1
- Selangor – 38
- Kuala Lumpur – 4
- Terengganu – 1
- Perak – 8
- Johor – 6
- Sarawak – 3
- Negri Sembilan – 7
- Penang – 3
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