Malaysia records 131 more Covid-19 cases as of today (6 April), bringing the total number to 3,793.
According to the Ministry of Health, 102 of these cases are in the ICU including 54 that need breathing assistance. It was also reported that the total number of deaths is now at 62.
236 cases have also recovered and been discharged, marking the highest number of recoveries in a day. 1,241 patients have now been discharged, which is 33% of the total number of cases.
Perkembangan terkini #COVID19Malaysia 6 April
Kes baru 131
Kes keseluruhan 3,793
ICU 102 (termasuk 54 bantuan alat pernafasan)
— KKMPutrajaya (@KKMPutrajaya) April 6, 2020
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