The Philippines now suffers from the highest number of coronavirus cases in southeast asian, local media reported on Wednesday.

As of Tuesday, the country reported 5,223 cases with 335 fatalities, while 295 patients have recovered, local broadcaster ABS-CBN reported.

The country was followed by Malaysia, where there are 4,987 COVID-19 cases, 82 deaths and 2,478 recoveries, while Indonesia has so far confirmed 4,839 cases, 459 deaths and 426 recoveries, according to data compiled by the U.S.-based Johns Hopkins University.

Singapore has the fourth highest number of cases 3,252, along with 10 deaths and 611 recovered. In Thailand, there are

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