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Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Tuesday (July 27)
Indonesia reports record 2,069 Covid-19 deaths in 24 hours; daily cases hit 45,203 on Tuesday (July 27)
Indonesia reported a record 2,069 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours Tuesday as it faces its deadliest Covid-19 surge since the pandemic began.
PUTRAJAYA: Another 207 people in Malaysia succumbed to Covid-19, with 96 of the deaths reported in Selangor.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia recorded 16,117 new Covid-19 cases on Tuesday (July 27), bringing the cumulative total to 1,044,071.
THE first hour of the special sitting was heated up by intrusions and questions from over 15 Opposition MPs who mostly referred to the Standing Order over the absence of debate and voting on matters tabled by ministers.
PETALING JAYA: The number Covid-19 fatalities hit yet another grim record with 207 deaths, the highest in a day so far.
The country extended its Covid-19 restrictions by a week to Aug 2 to try to curb infections, after the government said it would add more intensive care units amid a rise in deaths.
Indonesia reports 28,228 newly-confirmed Covid19 cases, 1,487 new deaths as govt announce new virus measures
The Indonesian Health Ministry reported on Monday that the coronavirus cases across the country rose by 28,228 within the past 24 hours to 3,194,733 with the death toll adding by 1,487 to 84,766.
JAKARTA (Reuters): Indonesia's decision to relax some Covid-19 curbs this week, despite reporting record-high deaths in recent days, is being driven by social and economic concerns rather than epidemiological advice, public health experts said on Monday (July 26).
(Reuters) - Indonesia's decision to relax some COVID-19 curbs this week, despite reporting record-high deaths in recent days, is being driven by social and economic concerns rather than epidemiological advice, public health experts said on Monday.