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20 January COVID-19 Cases Update

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KUALA LUMPUR, January 20The Ministry of Health (MoH) announced that there were a total of 3,764 new cases reported up till 12pm today, pushing the cumulative figure for positive cases in Malaysia to 2,820,927.

The ministry also reported that 3,254 patients had recovered and discharged today, bringing the cumulative figure for recoveries to 2,747,457 so far.

Unfortunately, 22 new deaths were registered today, resulting in a total death toll of 31,853.

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Top 5 states with the highest cases: Selangor +894, WP KL +476, Johor +414, Kelantan +360, Kedah +275

Data as of 20 Jan 2022, 11:59 pm:

  • Current recovery rate is at 97.40%
  • Active Cases: 41,617 (+488)
  • Total Confirmed: 2,820,927 (+3,764)
  • Total Recovered: 2,747,457 (+3,254)
  • Total Deaths: 31,853 (+22)
  • Total Brought In Dead (BID): 6,425 (+5)

 

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Siah-Heng KUA
15 hours ago
UK is doing away with the oppressive SOP and admitting that Covis is like the flu. Japan will be following suit. We all know why KJ and MOH won't do the same.
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Kenny Lim Bg
15 hours ago
If just 3k cases don't need to announce here d nothing special ,announced when it hit 30k ok? Lol
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Sulaiman Abdullah
20 hours ago
The information on cases in the respective states are not released till Thursday morning and so disgusting when it’s stated all figures will be updated by midnight.So what is the explanation someone is sleeping and couldn’t care less Malaysia style and tidak apa attitude. On the other hand there is too much figures given out which is of no interest or relevance to the general public.So why waste time churning out these figures?
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1 day ago
Same old thing

Gva Divelu
1 day ago
Have my doubts on the news of daily infection of Covid. MOH trying their level best to please us.
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