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M’sia Could Reach 5,000 Cases Daily By End Of May If Infectivity Rate Doesn’t Go Down

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Source: Borneo Post & @DGHisham | Twitter

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The Ministry of Health (KKM) has predicted that Malaysia could hit 5,000 Covid-19 cases daily if there continues to be non-compliance to standard operating procedures (SOP).

Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah shared the forecast of cases using the infectivity rate that is measured using the R0 (pronounced R-naught) value.

The infectivity rate nationwide stands at 1.16 as of 22 April, which means that one person infected with Covid-19 is able to spread the virus to 1.16 other people.

If the infectivity rate increases or does not go down, Malaysia could see 5,000 Covid-19 cases daily by the end of May 2021.

Meanwhile, the infectivity rate of Malaysia is contributed by the infectivity rate of individuals states, which are as follows:

Even though the government has yet to tighten restrictions amidst this fourth wave, we can all take the initiative to be responsible and comply to SOPs, limit social activities and stay home as often as we can.

 

Also read: 83 Clusters & Nearly 5,000 Cases Found Related To Education Sector Since January 2021


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