Malaysia reported 2,107 new COVID-19 infections as of midnight Saturday, bringing the national total to 4,448,004, according to the health ministry.
There are 16 new imported cases and 2,091 local transmissions, according to data posted on the ministry’s website.
Five more deaths were reported, bringing the death toll to 35,547.
The ministry reported 6,890 new recoveries, bringing the total number of people healed and released to 4,366,951.
There are 45,506 active cases, 69 are being held in intensive care and 45 of them require respiratory assistance.
The country reported 35,318 vaccine doses administered on Saturday and 85% of the population received at least one dose, 81.8% are fully vaccinated and 49.1% received boosters.
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