Malaysia reported 150 new COVID-19 infections, the Health Ministry said on Sunday, bringing the national total to 10,919.
Health Ministry Director-General Noor Hisham Abdullah said in a press statement that four of the new cases are imported and 146 are local transmissions.
One new death was reported, bringing the national total to 134 deaths.
Health authorities also detected three new case clusters: two in the eastern state of Sabah and one more in the capital city Kuala Lumpur.
Another 50 patients have been released after recovery, bringing the total cured and discharged to 9,835, or 90 percent of all cases.
Of the remaining 950 active cases, six are being held in intensive care and four of those are in need of assisted breathing.
Source: China – ASEAN Business Council