COVID-19 Malaysia : 122845 Cases, 99449 Healed, 509 Dead

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Malaysia reported 2027 new COVID-19 cases and 8 deaths, but discharged 1221 patients who fully recovered!

Here are the COVID-19 updates for Malaysia on 5 January 2021…

 

COVID-19 In Malaysia : 1221 Patients Discharged!

At 6:30 PM on 5 January 2021, the Malaysia Ministry of Health announced that another 1221 patients fully recovered from COVID-19, and were discharged today!

That means a total of 99,449 COVID-19 patients have fully recovered in Malaysia so far! That’s a recovery rate of 81.0%.

 

COVID-19 In Malaysia : 2027 New Cases!

The third wave continues with 2027 new COVID-19 cases in Malaysia!

  • 16 cases imported from overseas
    – 9 cases in Johor
    – 6 cases in KL
    – 1 case in Sarawak
  • 2011 local cases
    – 509 cases in Selangor : 19 from existing clusters, 90 from new Jalan Player, Sri Suria, Bukit Semenyih construction site and Bukit Angkat clusters, 229 from close contact screening, 171 from assorted screening
    – 419 cases in Johor : 256 from existing clusters, 41 from new Parit Jamil Cluster, 76 from close contact screening, 46 from assorted screening
    – 383 cases in Sabah : 20 from existing clusters, 12 from new Tombovo Cluster, 248 from close contact screening, 103 from assorted screening
    – 307 cases in KL : 27 from existing clusters, 117 from new Jalan Desa construction site and Jalan Raja clusters, 112 from close contact screening, 51 from assorted screening
    – 98 cases in Negeri Sembilan : 63 from existing clusters, 23 from close contact screening, 12 from assorted screening
    – 60 cases in Penang : 38 from existing clusters, 13 from close contact screening, 9 from assorted screening
    – 47 cases in Kedah : 24 from existing clusters, 16 from close contact screening, 7 from assorted screening
    – 42 cases in Kelantan : 12 from existing clusters, 27 from close contact screening, 3 from assorted screening
    – 37 cases in Labuan : 27 from close contact screening, 10 from assorted screening
    – 25 cases in Perak : 8 from existing clusters, 12 from close contact screening, 5 from assorted screening
    – 25 cases in Pahang : 4 from existing clusters, 6 from new Langit Selatan Cluster, 12 from close contact screening, 3 from assorted screening
    – 21 cases in Melaka : 18 from close contact screening, 3 from assorted screening
    – 13 cases in Terengganu : 2 from existing clusters, 1 from new Mengkuang Cluster, 6 from close contact screening, 4 from assorted screening
    – 13 cases in Putrajaya : 3 from existing clusters, 8 from close contact screening, 2 from assorted screening
    – 12 cases in Sarawak : 2 from existing clusters, 1 from new Bah Sayap Cluster, 10 from assorted screening

This raises the total number of COVID-19 cases in Malaysia to 122,845, with 22,887 active cases – a big increase of 798 cases.

They also shared that there is 1 additional patients in the ICU – 123 cases right now, and 1 fewer patient requiring respiratory support – 52 cases right now.

COVID-19 Malaysia : 122845 Cases, 99449 Healed, 509 Dead

 

COVID-19 In Malaysia : Cases Breakdown By State

Here is the breakdown of COVID-19 cases in Malaysia, according to states.

Sabah is at the top with 38,555 cases, followed by Selangor with 35,676 cases, Kuala Lumpur with 14,677 cases, and Negeri Sembilan with 8,236 cases.

 

COVID-19 In Malaysia : EIGHT Deaths Today

The Malaysia Ministry of Health announced EIGHT deaths today, which means a total of 509 people have died from COVID-19 in Malaysia – a mortality rate of 0.41%.

Death #502 : Case 74182 was a 74 year-old Malaysian male, who passed away at the Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital in Perak.

Death #503 : Case 80539 was a 54 year-old Malaysian female, who passed away at the Lahad Datu Hospital in Sabah.

Death #504 : Case 93490 was a 67 year-old Malaysian male, with a history of hypertension, dyslipidemia, stroke and systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). He passed away at the Duchess of Kent Hospital in Sabah.

Death #505 : Case 98898 was a 78 year-old Malaysian male, with a history of diabetes, hypertension and stroke. He passed away at the Lahad Datu Hospital in Sabah.

Death #506 : Case 99298 was a 63 year-old Malaysian female, whose body was brought to the Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital in Johor.

Death #507 : Case 100486 was a 62 year-old Malaysian male, with a history of diabetes, hypertension, stroke and neurogenic bladder. He passed away at the Lahad Datu Hospital in Sabah.

Death #508 : Case 119306 was a 69 year-old Malaysian male, with a history of hypertension, dyslipidemia and heart disease. He passed away at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Sabah.

Death #508 : Case 114036 was a 52 year-old foreign female, whose body was brought to the Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital in Johor.

COVID-19 in Malaysia : 224 Healthcare Workers Infected

 

Day 208 Of COVID-19 RMCO In Malaysia

Today marks the 208th day of the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) which will last until 31 March, 2021.

Under RMCO, most businesses are allowed to reopen, with a new normal of restrictions on social distancing and other measures.

Recommended : New RMCO / PKPP SOP (December 2020) For Malaysia
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New CMCO SOP (December 2020) For Peninsular Malaysia

 

COVID-19 : How To Keep Safe!

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