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Malaysia
2,049,750
Confirmed
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Malaysia
1,800,278
Recovered
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Malaysia
227,117
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Malaysia
22,355
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Malaysia

Malaysia
2,049,750
Confirmed
Updated on September 17, 2021 03:52 3:52 am
Malaysia
1,800,278
Recovered
Updated on September 17, 2021 03:52 3:52 am
Malaysia
22,355
Deaths
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Indonesia

Indonesia
4,181,309
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3,968,152
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Indonesia
139,919
Deaths
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Thailand

Thailand
1,448,792
Confirmed
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Thailand
1,304,247
Recovered
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Thailand
15,124
Deaths
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Global

All countries
227,827,670
Confirmed
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All countries
202,749,883
Recovered
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All countries
4,684,011
Deaths
Updated on September 17, 2021 03:52 3:52 am

Thousands of Tamban fish beach themselves at Tabisan, Sabah (video)

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Thousands of fishes splashed into the shores of Kg Tabisan in Sabah’s eastern Lahad Datu district sparking speculations of what omen it brings in the year end.

Villagers rushed to scoop up the fishes, locally known as Tamban, while others were divided over whether it was good omen or bad omen.

However, local villager Suzila Abdullah, who operates a sundry shop in the village, said that the phenomenon had been occurring in the past three years.

“But it is different this year because the number of fishes are exceptionally high.

“In the past, most would have been scooped up by the end of the day but today there is still a lot more left,’’ she said when contacted by on Tuesday.

Suzila said that she believed that strong currents and waves caused the fishes to come to shore during the current season but it only last about two or three days.

The villagers cooked the fish while some collected it and took it up to Lahad Datu and other districts to sell.

The Tamban fish is popular among villagers.

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