Covid-19: 21 Indian nationals died in Malaysia, says India's Foreign Ministry


NEW DELHI (Bernama): A total of 21 Indian nationals died of Covid-19 in Malaysia while more than 3,200 succumbed to the viral infection in the Gulf Arab region, according to India's Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).

It added that a total of 3,570 Indian nationals have died due to Covid-19, with Saudi Arabia recording 1,154 deaths, followed by 894 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), 546 in Kuwait and 384 in Oman.

The wealthy Gulf Arab states host millions of Indian economic migrants and their families. - Bernama

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