Malaysia has recorded its 17th death due to Covid-19 as reported by the Ministry of Health.
The deceased, believed to be case 1251, is a 66-year-old citizen who has a background of several chronic diseases.
The deceased started showing symptoms a week before being admitted to Sultanah Fatimah Specialist Hospital, Muar on 20th March.
Dukacita dimaklumkan terdapat satu lagi kematian akibat #COVIDー19 menjadikan 17 kematian di negara kita, setakat ini.
— KKMPutrajaya (@KKMPutrajaya) March 25, 2020
Her condition was critical when she arrived at the Emergency Department and later needed breathing assistance on the same day.
She was tested positive for Covid-19 on 21st March and her health begun deteriorating until she passed away on 25th March at 4.10am.
Meanwhile, the source of the infection is still under investigation.
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