Malaysia recorded a total of 2,188 COVID-19 cases in a single day, a first for the country in crossing the 2,000 mark
This comes after the country hit a new record number at 1,884 cases yesterday, 23 November.
In a tweet, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said Selangor reported 1,623 cases in total.
A big portion of the number came from Teratai Cluster, an area in Meru, Klang where 28 Top Glove factories were told to close after thousands of workers are found to have contracted the virus.
As of Monday, 5,767 workers had undergone screening, with 2,524 tested positive, 1,330 tested negative, and 1,913 were still waiting for their results.
Meanwhile, Kuala Lumpur reported 90 cases, while Sabah reported 232 cases
Four lives have succumbed to the virus within the last 24 hours.
This has brought the total cumulative number of cases to 58,847, surpassing Singapore's total COVID-19 cases which currently stands at 58,183.
However, it's worth noting the Ministry of Health in Singapore will only release the latest number of cases later tonight.
Keep practising physical distancing and wash your hands often. Here is the breakdown of the COVID-19 cases in Malaysia today:
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