Malaysia logs new 89 deaths due to Covid-19, with 19 BID cases


PETALING JAYA: Another 89 deaths due to Covid-19 were recorded on Friday (Oct 15), with 19 being brought-in-dead (BID) cases, according to the latest data from the Health Ministry.

The cumulative death toll due to the virus currently stands at 27,770, of which BID cases make up 5,609 of such deaths, according to the ministry's CovidNow website.

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