Chinese Girl Recovers From Wuhan Coronavirus In Malaysia!

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The Malaysia Ministry of Health just announced their first success against the Wuhan coronavirus – the young Chinese girl in Langkawi has recovered!


Chinese Girl Recovers From Wuhan Coronavirus In Malaysia!

Two young Chinese sisters, on holiday with their parents in Langkawi, were admitted to the Sultanah Maliha Hospital on 26 January 2020.

They were suspected to have contracted the Wuhan coronavirus before they arrived in Malaysia, from Guandong just two days earlier.

First Wuhan Coronavirus Patient In Malaysia RECOVERS!

One of the sisters was confirmed to have been infected with the Wuhan coronavirus three days later.

However, the Director General of Health, Malaysia Ministry of Health, Datuk Dr. Noor Hisham Abdullah just announced that she has fully recovered!

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Official Statement On Wuhan Coronavirus Recovery In Malaysia

Here is the official statement by the Malaysia Ministry of Health of the patient’s recovery from the Wuhan coronavirus :



Pada 29 Januari 2020, satu (1) kes melibatkan seorang kanak-kanak perempuan warganegara China telah dilaporkan positif bagi jangkitan 2019-nCoV dan dirawat di wad isolasi Hospital Sultanah Maliha, Langkawi. Dalam tempoh rawatan dan pemantauan ini, sampel klinikal telah diambil semula sebanyak dua kali berturut-turut.

Hasil ujian pengesanan ulangan 2019-nCoV yang dijalankan ke atasnya sebanyak dua (2) kali ini, telah didapati negatif. Beliau kini berada dalam keadaan sihat dan telah dibenarkan pulang.

Kes ini menunjukkan bahawa jangkitan 2019-nCoV boleh dirawat dan pesakit boleh kembali sembuh sepenuhnya, sebagaimana banyak lagi kes lain yang turut dilaporkan di negara China. Tanggapan ramai bahawa penyakit ini pastinya membawa maut kepada mereka yang menghidapnya adalah tidak tepat.

KKM ingin mengucapkan tahniah kepada Hospital Sultanah Maliha Langkawi yang telah memberikan rawatan dan pemantauan yang rapi sehingga kanak-kanak ini sihat semula dan dibenarkan pulang.

(Kebenaran telah diberikan oleh keluarga untuk penerbitan)

First Wuhan Coronavirus Patient In Malaysia RECOVERS!

And here is the English translation :



On 29 January 2020, one (1) case involving a Chinese citizen was reported positive for 2019-nCoV, and was treated at the Sultanah Maliha Hospital’s isolation ward in Langkawi. Clinical samples were collected twice during the patient’s treatment and monitoring.

Repeated 2019-nCoV tests that were conducted twice (2) on her, were found to be negative. She is now in good health, and has been released.

This case shows that the 2019-nCoV infection is treatable, and patients can recover completely, as have many other cases reported in China. The common perception that it is fatal is not accurate.

(Malaysia) Ministry of Health would like to congratulate the Sultanah Maliha Hospital Langkawi for providing the intensive care and supervision necessary for her recovery and discharge.

(The family has given permission for this publication)

First Wuhan Coronavirus Patient In Malaysia RECOVERS!

This truly is incredibly good news, and shines a bright light amidst the deluge of negative and fake news about the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak.

As the Malaysia Ministry of Health points out – Wuhan coronavirus patients can recover. In fact, its fatality rate is only about 2% – that means the vast majority of infected patients will recover.

We wish this family all the very best! And kudos to the team at the Sultanah Maliha Hospital in Langkawi!

#WuhanJiaYou #MalaysiaBoleh

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Wuhan Coronavirus : How To Keep Safe!

Everyone, you all need to stop panicking. The Wuhan coronavirus is new and scary, but we are more likely to be infected and killed by the influenza virus.

We just need to practice a few simple steps to stay safe :

  • Avoid suspected cases or disease hotpots, like hospitals, if possible!
  • Keep our hands clean with soap or hand sanitiser
  • Keep our home, office, vehicles, etc. clean
  • If you need to wear a surgical mask, make sure you put it on and remove it properly!
  • Thoroughly cook your food, and boil water before drinking

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