Indonesia, Malaysia record new COVID-19 cases hinh anh 1A venue for COVID-19 testing in Jakarta, Indonesia (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA) – Indonesia and Malaysia reported new cases of COVID-19 on September 9.

In Indonesia, the increase was 3,307, bringing up the total national tally to 203,342.

The death toll also climbed to 8,336 with the addition of 106 deaths on the day, said the country’s Health Ministry, adding the number of recoveries was 145,200.

The novel coronavirus has so far spread across 34 Indonesian provinces and cities.

Meanwhile, Malaysia reported 24 new COVID-19 cases, including six imported infections. The number of cases in the nation amounted to 9,583, including 128 deaths, 9,143 recoveries, and 312 others under treatment.

The same day, Cambodia, which recorded a total of 274 confirmed COVID-19 cases with no death and 273 recoveries, released a list of eight disease-prevention tips for foreign tourists to the kingdom.

The tips, translated into several languages including English and Chinese, advised visitors to abide by the measures undertaken by the Cambodian government.

The number of foreign arrivals to Cambodia was 1.18 million during the first half of 2020, down 64 percent year-on-year./.