Malaysia’s health authorities have raised concerns about a growing number of coronavirus deaths and serious cases involving children, after a surge in overall infections forced the Southeast Asian nation into lockdown.Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin declared a two-week “total lockdown” from June 1-14, as daily Covid-19 cases and deaths hit record numbers, with the government warning the outbreak may be linked to more contagious variants.Malaysia recorded the deaths of three children aged below…



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