Today, there are 862 confirmed cases today in Malaysia. 860 of them are local transmissions and 2 of them are imported cases. In the last 24 hours, 634 patients have successfully recovered but sadly there are 3 deaths. Among the local transmitted cases, 673 are from Sabah and 132 are from Selangor. Selangor is currently the second highest state with the most Coronavirus infections.
LATEST NEWS: Dato Ismail Sabri has announced that all public and private office workers will need to work from home effectively this Thursday 22nd October 2020. Those who needs to be on site need to take a swab test in desginated clinics listed in your MySejahtera App. Costs for the swab test can be covered by your employer with Socso. More details on the list of industries affected will be released soon.
Health DG Noor Hisham has also warned that Covid cases may rise to 4-figure by month end if we still do not stay on FULL HIGH ALERT about the SOPs.
If we compare between Singapore and Malaysia, both countries have experienced the 2nd wave in the middle of the year. Now, we are in the same situation as them during the 2nd wave. Looking at the stats below, they took at least 3 months to reduce the outbreak to single digit.
Based on Malaysia Kini's data, here is the latest list of locations with confirmed Covid-19 infections:
1. Lembaga Tabung Haji, KL
2. Masjid Kampung Paka 2, Ranau, Sabah
3. Masjid Pekan Ranau, Ranau, Sabah
4. BSP21 Condominium, Bandar Saujana Putra, Selangor
5. Lakefront Residences, Cyberjaya, Selangor
6. Desa Idaman, Puchong Prima, Selangor
7. Tropicana Avenue, PJ, Selangor
8. Season Garden Residences, Wangsa Maju, KL
9. SK Sri Sentosa, Nibong Tebal, Penang
10.SMK Pantai, Labuan
11.SMK Raja Lope Nor Rashid, Parit Buntar, Perak
12.SMK Dato Haji Mohd Taib, Chemor, Perak
If you have been to any areas affected by Covid-19, the government has listed out designated hospitals that carry out Covid-19 swab tests. Click here for more details.
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Credits to KKM and Malaysia Kini for the resources.