Covid-19: M'sia recorded 64 total fatalities Sunday (Oct 10) bringing death toll to 27,329


PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia recorded 64 total Covid-19 fatalities on Sunday (Oct 10), bringing the cumulative number of deaths due to the coronavirus to 27,329 since the pandemic began.

The number of brought-in-dead cases recorded on Oct 10 was 14.

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