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941 Cases! M’sia Reaches 3-Digits In New Covid-19 Cases, The First Time Since 9 Dec 2020

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Source: The Edge Markets & Straits Times

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The latest increase of Covid-19 cases in Malaysia has gone down to 3-digits with 941 new cases!

The Ministry of Health reported that the last time cases were below the 1,000 mark was on 9 December 2020, which was almost four months ago.

Health Director Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham reported in a tweet the breakdown of cases in each state as follows:

Selangor: 219
Sabah: 34
Johor: 171
Kuala Lumpur: 57
Negeri Sembilan :18
Sarawak: 192
P Pinang: 164
Perak: 5
Kedah: 13
Melaka: 8
Kelantan: 49
Pahang: 5
Terengganu: 4
Labuan: 1
Putra Jaya: 1
Perlis: 0

As of now, the infectivity rate has been fluctuating although daily cases has remained just above the 1,000 mark in the past few weeks. The R-naught value as of 28 March is at 0.94, meaning that one infected person is able to spread the disease to 0.94 other people.

We are still not out of the woods yet and it is definitely not the time to let our guard down.

“Together we need to take all precautionary measures to reduce the daily cases. We certainly can learn from our past experience on how to live side by side with Covid-1,” Dr Noor Hisham said on 28 March.

“A gentle & constant reminder to all. Together we can break the chain of Covid-19 transmission in our country.”

 

Also read: MOH: Daily Covid-19 Cases Could Reach 3,000 Again By End Of May If SOPs Not Complied


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