KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia on Saturday (Apr 4) recorded four more COVID-19 deaths and reported 150 new cases, of which 80 are linked to the Sri Petaling mosque cluster that was sparked by a religious gathering.
This brings the national tally to 3,483 cases. In total, 57 people in Malaysia have died from the coronavirus.
The four most recent fatalities were all aged between 61 and 85, and had a history of chronic illness.
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