WORLD Malaysia reports 5,293 new COVID-19 cases, 60 new deaths

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Malaysia reports 5,293 new COVID-19 cases, 60 new deaths

Xinhua

22:06, June 20, 2021

A man receives a dose of COVID-19 vaccine made by Chinese biopharmaceutical company Sinovac Biotech on a mobile COVID-19 vaccine truck in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 20, 2021. Malaysia reported 5,293 new COVID-19 infections and 60 more deaths, the Health Ministry said on Sunday, bringing the national total to 696,408 and death toll to 4,408. (Photo by Chong Voon Chung/Xinhua)

A medical worker prepares a dose of COVID-19 vaccine made by Chinese biopharmaceutical company Sinovac Biotech on a mobile COVID-19 vaccine truck in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 20, 2021. Malaysia reported 5,293 new COVID-19 infections and 60 more deaths, the Health Ministry said on Sunday, bringing the national total to 696,408 and death toll to 4,408. (Photo by Chong Voon Chung/Xinhua)

A man receives a dose of COVID-19 vaccine made by Chinese biopharmaceutical company Sinovac Biotech on a mobile COVID-19 vaccine truck in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 20, 2021. Malaysia reported 5,293 new COVID-19 infections and 60 more deaths, the Health Ministry said on Sunday, bringing the national total to 696,408 and death toll to 4,408. (Photo by Chong Voon Chung/Xinhua)

A man receives a dose of COVID-19 vaccine made by Chinese biopharmaceutical company Sinovac Biotech on a mobile COVID-19 vaccine truck in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 20, 2021. Malaysia reported 5,293 new COVID-19 infections and 60 more deaths, the Health Ministry said on Sunday, bringing the national total to 696,408 and death toll to 4,408. (Photo by Chong Voon Chung/Xinhua)

A medical worker prepares a dose of COVID-19 vaccine made by Chinese biopharmaceutical company Sinovac Biotech on a mobile COVID-19 vaccine truck in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 20, 2021. Malaysia reported 5,293 new COVID-19 infections and 60 more deaths, the Health Ministry said on Sunday, bringing the national total to 696,408 and death toll to 4,408. (Photo by Chong Voon Chung/Xinhua)

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