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Latest count of COVID-19 cases in Southeast Asia

08/12/2021 10:02 PM

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 8 -- The following are the updates on COVID-19 figures in Malaysia and its Southeast Asian neighbours as at 8 pm today.

Data on COVID-19 numbers provided by the respective countries in the region and the numbers on vaccination by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at John Hopkins University.

* indicates no updates yet and the figures shown are from the previous day.

 

COUNTRY

TOTAL CONFIRMED CASES

(Cumulative)

NEW CASES

 

DEATHS

(Cumulative) 

% OF POPULATION 

FULLY VACCINATED                    

INDONESIA

       4,258,340

          264

     143,909

36.89%

PHILIPPINES

       2,835,345

          356

       49,591

35.79%

MALAYSIA

       2,673,019

       5,020

       30,718

79.65%

THAILAND

       2,152,384

       3,618

       21,033

61.00%

VIETNAM

       1,352,122

     14,599

       26,930

57.03%

MYANMAR

          524,638

          231

       19,146

N/A

SINGAPORE

          270,588

          715

           771

87.88%*

CAMBODIA

         120,300

           14

         2,971

81.37%*

LAOS

            83,291

       1,209

            219

43.23%*

TIMOR LESTE

            19,828*

             0*

           122*

N/A

BRUNEI

             15,244

           15

            57

82.53%

  
Meanwhile, the United States (US), India and Brazil remain the top three nations with highest total number of positive cases and fatalities. Nonetheless, many countries have been reporting a slowdown in new cases and deaths in tandem with rising vaccination numbers.

Global confirmed cases number today is at 265,963,133 and global deaths at 5,258,465. 

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