As of October 4, 2020, at 12:00 noon, there are 293 new cases that have been reported. Therefore the total number of positive COVID-19 cases in Malaysia to 12,381 cases.
Moreover, the total number of active cases with COVID-19 infection is 1,961 cases.
In addition, the Health Director-General Malaysia, Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah would like to inform that there are 67 cases that have recovered COVID-19 today. Otherwise, the cumulative number of cases that have fully recovered from COVID-19 is 10,283 cases (83.1 per cent of the total cases).
Please be informed of the 293 new cases reported, one (1) case is an imported case that has been infected from abroad involving non-citizens travelling from the country:
Bangladesh: One (1) case was reported in the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur which is a sign-on screening. Moreover, 292 cases of contagion in the country, 269 cases are Malaysian citizens and 23 cases are non-citizens. Of the 292 cases as well, a total of 30 cases were visitors returning from Sabah said by the Ministry of Health Malaysia Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah
Details of COVID-19 transmission cases in the country are as follows:
Sabah 126 new cases were pointed out by Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
13 cases from the Stork Cluster involving 12 citizens and one (1) non-citizen. In addition, 14 cases from the LD Fortree Cluster involving two citizens and 12 non-citizens.
Moreover, four cases from the new cluster, namely Kau Sing Cluster is involving two citizens and 2 non-citizens.
78 cases of symptomatic screening involving 74 citizens and four (4) non-citizens. 12 close contact screening cases involving citizens. In addition, two cases of employment screening involving citizens.
One (1) case of Severe Acute Respiratory Illness (SARI) involving citizens. Moreover, one community screening case involving citizens and one ward screening case involving non- citizens.
Kedah: 113 new cases
112 cases from the Wall Cluster involving 111 citizens and one (1) non-citizen Moreover, one case from the Bah Ros Cluster involving citizens.
Selangor: 31 new cases
13 cases of screening to return from high-risk areas (Sabah) involving citizens; and 13 cases from the Jalan Meru Cluster involving citizens.
Three (3) cases from the new cluster, namely Dew Cluster is involving citizens. In addition, two close contact screening cases involving citizens.
Johor: 8 cases
Six (6) return screening cases from high-risk areas (Sabah) involving citizens; Moreover, one case of screening to return to the country of origin involving non-citizens. In addition, one job screening case involving non-citizens.
Federal Territory of Labuan:
Five (5) return screening cases from high-risk areas (Sabah) involving citizens.
Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur:
One (1) case from Jalan Meru Cluster involving citizens; and
One (1) case of screening to return from high-risk areas (Sabah) involving citizens.
Negeri Sembilan: Two (2) screening cases returned from high-risk areas (Sabah) involving citizens.
Perak: Two (2) screening cases returned from high-risk areas (Sabah) involving citizens.
Penang: One (1) close contact screening case to COVID-19 positive case which is the 11133 cases involving citizens.
Kelantan: One (1) case of screening to return from high risk areas (Sabah) involving citizens.
Sarawak: One (1) sign-on screening case involving citizens. Moreover, there are 28 COVID-19 positive cases being treated at the intensive care unit of which four cases require respiratory assistance.
Please be informed that no increase in COVID-19 related deaths was reported today. Therefore,cumulative number of COVID-19 death cases in Malaysia remained at 137 cases. Means that 1.10 percent of the total cases.
TWO (2) NEW CLUSTERS
Moreover, the Ministry of Health Malaysia Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah would like to inform that there are two (2) new clusters have been identified today, namely:
Sabah (1 cluster) and Selangor (1 cluster)
In addition,Tawau, Sabah is the new cluster. The case of this cluster index (ie case 10755) is a 29-year-old Malaysian man who was positively tested for COVID-19 through a symptomatic individual screening on 25 September 2020 and was admitted to Tawau Hospital, Sabah. Of the seven (7) cases detected positive, five (5) cases were Malaysian citizens and two (2) non-citizen cases.
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