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COVID-19 In Malaysia : 99 Cases, 24 Recovered, 75 Active!

Malaysia just announced that another COVID-19 patient has fully recovered, and been discharged. However, they also identified another six (6) new COVID-19 cases.

Here are the latest updates of the COVID-19 situation in Malaysia on 8 March 2020…


COVID-19 In Malaysia : Case 41 Recovers!

Today, the Malaysia Ministry of Health announced that Case 41 has fully recovered, and was discharged from the Kuala Lumpur Hospital today.

That means a total of 24 COVID-19 patients have fully recovered, and been discharged, in Malaysia. Malaysia Boleh!


COVID-19 In Malaysia : Six (6) New Cases Today!

As of 12 PM today, the Malaysia Ministry of Health also announced that they identified six (6) new COVID-19 casesCases 94 to 99.

All six new cases were close contacts and part of the Case 26 cluster, and were identified as part of contact tracing. They have all been admitted to the hospital for isolation and treatment.

The Malaysia Ministry of Health also shared their findings about the second wave of COVID-19 cases :

They also shared that of the 75 cases under treatment, two (2) cases was reported to require respiratory support and are currently being treated in the ICU (Intensive Care Unit). Both cases has also been given anti-viral treatment.


COVID-19 In Malaysia : Current Epidemiological Chart

Here is the current epidemiological chart provided by the Malaysia Ministry of Health, which depicts two waves.

The first wave resulted from cases reported mostly from Patient Under Investigation (PUI) category and contacts linked to positive cases with history of travelling to China.

The beginning of second wave were PUI with history of travelling to affected countries outside China and subsequently majority of the cases are close contact categories of a primary case and generations derived from him/her. All these cases arised from the same cluster of case.


COVID-19 In Malaysia : No Sporadic Spread So Far

The Malaysia Ministry of Health also reported that they have been conducting COVID-19 surveillance to detect sporadic spread and local infections of COVID-19, by testing patients with influenza-like illness (ILI) and severe acute respiratory infection (SARI) with no history of travel to affected countries, or COVID-19 positive cases.

As of 8 March 2020, they tested 567 samples and all came back negative for COVID-19. Based on current surveillance results, there has been NO sporadic spread of COVID-19.


COVID-19 : Malaysia Temporarily Bans Cruise Ships!

The Ministry of Health also decided not to allow cruise ships to dock at Malaysian ports with immediate effect, until the COVID-19 situation in Malaysia improves.

Full details : COVID-19 : Malaysia Temporarily Bans Cruise Ships!


COVID-19 : How To Keep Safe!

Here are a few simple steps to stay safe from COVID-19 :

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