After three days of new cases in the single-digits, the number of new Covid-19 cases re-entered double digits with 31 new cases reported as of noon today. Meanwhile, in the interview with Malaysiakini, Pakatan Harapan leader Anwar Ibrahim stressed that he would not compromise on principles for the sake of winning the numbers game. The PKR president also declined to elaborate when asked if he had reached out to GPS, saying he is engaging all quarters. With the numbers game still fluid, certain quarters like former premier Najib Abdul Razak argued that a change of government with a slim majority would lead to instability and the Yang di-Pertuan Agong could instead choose to dissolve Parliament in order to hold national polls. "I agree with Najib on this point,? said Anwar. ?There is no point in forcing change when you have a very slim majority, because you would go back to square one... (if there are) one or two MPs not happy with their positions," he added.