Malaysia reported a record 5728 new COVID-19 cases and 13 deaths, but also discharged 3805 patients who fully recovered!
Here are the COVID-19 updates for Malaysia on 30 January 2021…
COVID-19 In Malaysia : 3805 Patients Discharged!
At 6:30 PM on 30 January 2021, the Malaysia Ministry of Health announced that another 3805 patients fully recovered from COVID-19, and were discharged today!
That means a total of 161,527 COVID-19 patients have fully recovered in Malaysia so far! That’s a recovery rate of 77.0%.
COVID-19 In Malaysia : 5728 New Cases!
The third wave continues with a record 5728 new COVID-19 cases in Malaysia!
- 5 cases imported from overseas
– 3 in Labuan, 2 in Selangor
- 5723 local cases
– 3283 cases in Selangor : 876 from existing clusters, 91 from new Jalan Trompet and Kampung Hala clusters, 1500 from close contact screening, 816 from assorted screening
– 792 cases in Johor : 277 from existing clusters, 60 from new Jalan Suasa, Jalan Riang, Jalan Lombong, Bintang Utama, Bukit Batu Grisek and Bayu Tampoi clusters, 256 from close contact screening, 199 from assorted screening
– 480 cases in KL : 41 from existing clusters, 35 from new Lingkaran Maluri and Desa Tun clusters, 180 from close contact screening, 224 from assorted screening
– 263 cases in Sabah : 14 from existing clusters, 2 from new Jalan Labuk Cluster, 180 from close contact screening, 67 from assorted screening
– 191 cases in Sarawak : 106 from existing clusters, 44 from close contact screening, 41 from assorted screening
– 158 cases in Negeri Sembilan : 15 from existing clusters, 40 from close contact screening, 103 from assorted screening
– 112 cases in Perak : 23 from existing clusters, 6 from new Lasah Cluster, 49 from close contact screening, 34 from assorted screening
– 101 cases in Penang : 15 from existing clusters, 28 from close contact screening, 58 from assorted screening
– 99 cases in Kedah : 17 from existing clusters, 41 from close contact screening, 41 from assorted screening
– 85 cases in Terengganu : 19 from existing clusters, 2 from new Tersat Cluster, 45 from close contact screening, 19 from assorted screening
– 51 cases in Pahang : 14 from new Tanah Putih, Jalan Ketengah and Taman Amalina clusters, 30 from close contact screening, 7 from assorted screening
– 42 cases in Melaka : 6 from existing clusters, 20 from close contact screening, 16 from assorted screening
– 28 cases in Kelantan : 19 from close contact screening, 9 from assorted screening
– 26 cases in Labuan : 23 from existing clusters, 2 from close contact screening, 1 from assorted screening
– 12 cases in Putrajaya : 1 from existing cluster, 7 from close contact screening, 4 from assorted screening
This raises the total number of COVID-19 cases in Malaysia to 209,661, with 47,388 active cases – a whopping increase of 1910 cases.
They also shared that there are 18 additional patients in the ICU – 319 cases right now, and 5 additional patients requiring respiratory support – 120 cases right now.
COVID-19 In Malaysia : Cases Breakdown By State
Here is the breakdown of COVID-19 cases in Malaysia, according to states.
Selangor is at the top with 65,474 cases, followed by Sabah with 48,570 cases, Kuala Lumpur with 24,818 cases, and Johor with 20,538 cases.
COVID-19 In Malaysia : 13 Deaths Today
The Malaysia Ministry of Health announced 13 deaths today, which means a total of 746 people have died from COVID-19 in Malaysia – a mortality rate of 0.36%.
Death #734 : Case 121104 was a 63 year-old Malaysian female, with history of peptic ulcer. She passed away at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Sabah.
Death #735 : Case 135654 was a 73 year-old Malaysian male, with a history of dyslipidemia, and polycythaemia. He passed away at the Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital in Perak.
Death #736 : Case 140408 was a 60 year-old Malaysian female, with a history of diabetes and hypertension. She passed away at the Enche’ Besar Hajjah Khalsom Hospital in Johor.
Death #737 : Case 180818 was a 62 year-old Malaysian male, with a history of diabetes and hypertension. His body was brought to the Tanjung Karang Hospital in Selangor.
Death #738 : Case 199155 was a 78 year-old Malaysian male, with a history of hypertension and benign prostatic hyperplasia. He passed away at the Sungai Buloh Hospital in Selangor.
Death #739 : Case 201328 was a 62 year-old Malaysian female, with a history of breast cancer. She passed away at the Sungai Buloh Hospital in Selangor.
Death #740 : Case 201333 was a 53 year-old Malaysian male, with a history of diabetes, and hypertension. His body was brought to the Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital in Selangor.
Death #741 : Case 203226 was a 71 year-old Malaysian male, with a history of Parkinson’s disease and aortic aneurysm. He passed away at the Seri Manjung Hospital in Perak.
Death #742 : Case 203396 was a 37 year-old Malaysian male, with history of hypertension, obesity and asthma. She passed away at the Kapit Hospital in Sarawak.
Death #743 : Case 203608 was a 74 year-old Malaysian female, with history of diabetes, hypertension, chronic kidney disease and heart disease. She passed away at the Melaka Hospital.
Death #744 : Case 203775 was a 64 year-old Malaysian male, with a history of diabetes, dyslipidemia and anaemia. He passed away at the Labuan Hospital.
Death #745 : Case 203776 was a 63 year-old Malaysian female, with a history of diabetes, hypertension, obesity and heart disease. She passed away at the Labuan Hospital.
Death #746 : Case 195963 was a 56 year-old foreign female, with a history of hypertension. Her body was brought to the Duchess of Kent Hospital in Sabah.
Day 18 Of COVID-19 MCO 2.0 In Malaysia
Today marks the 18th day of the Movement Control Order 2.0 (MCO 2.0) which will last until 4 February, 2021.
Under MCO 2.0, only critical businesses are allowed to reopen, with interstate and inter-district travel restrictions.
Public events, entertainment outlet and group sports are forbidden. Even schools are closed with education mostly conducted online.
Recommended : Follow This MCO 2.0 SOP Or Get Fined Up To RM 1K!
COVID-19 : How To Keep Safe!
Here are a few simple steps to stay safe from COVID-19 :
- Avoid suspected cases or disease hotspots, like hospitals, if possible!
- Avoid public events and crowds
- Keep our hands clean with soap or hand sanitiser
- If you need to wear a surgical mask, make sure you put it on and remove it properly!
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