Malaysia on Monday claimed that over 47% of coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic cases reported in the country since its outbreak have fully recovered.

In a statement, Malaysia’s Health Director-General Noor Hisham Abdullah said fresh 134 cases were found taking the total number of infected patients to 4817.

He said the number of cases discharged from hospitals after showing full recovery exceeds the number of newly reported cases. “168 patients had been released from the hospital after a full recovery,” he said.

“A total of 2,276 cases or 47.23% have fully recovered from COVID-19 and discharged from wards so far,”

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