Covid-19: 935 new cases, three deaths bring death toll to 348

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia recorded 935 new Covid-19 infections on Thursday (Nov 26), with Sabah being the state with the most number of cases at 326.

In a statement, Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah also said the country discharged 2,555 patients, once again breaking the record for recoveries in a single day.

The day before, Malaysia discharged 2,348 patients.

In total, 49,056 patients have recovered from Covid-19 in the country.

There are also three new Covid-19 fatalities, taking the country’s death toll to 348.

Active cases have gone down to 11,348.

Cumulatively, Malaysia’s Covid-19 cases have reached 60,752.

Currently, 110 people are being treated at intensive care units, with 45 of them requiring ventilator support.

After Sabah, Selangor recorded the second highest number of cases out of all states with 161, followed by Negri Sembilan with 158 cases.

There are four import cases while the rest are local transmission.

On the three new deaths, Dr Noor Hisham said all the cases were in Sabah involving two women and one man, aged between 59 and 77.

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