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691 cases of COVID-19 in Malaysia on 6 OCT 2020

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As of October 7, 2020, at 12:00 noon, there are 691 new cases of COVID -19 that have been reported. Therefore the total number of positive COVID-19 cases in Malaysia strikes up to13, 504 cases. Moreover, the total number of active cases with COVID-19 infection is 2, 936 cases.

Also, the Ministry of Health Malaysia, Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah would like to inform that 87 cases have recovered COVID-19 today. Otherwise, the cumulative number of cases that have fully recovered from COVID-19 is 10, 427 cases (77.2 per cent of the total cases).

Three (3) import cases have been reported, getting infections from abroad involving one (1) citizen and two (2) non-citizens travelling from the country:

• India: One (1) case reported in the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur who is a citizen. Besides, one case was reported in the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur which is a non-citizen.

• Philippines: One (1) case reported in Selangor is a non-citizen.
Of the 688 cases of contagion in the country, 661 cases are Malaysian citizens and 27 cases are non-citizens. Furthermore, of the 688 cases, it was informed once again that a total of 394 cases are cases detected from the Wall Cluster in the Prison in Kedah (which covers 57.0 per cent of the total number of cases) today.  Also, all positive cases in the Wall Cluster, which is an isolated cluster within the Area of ​​Restricted Movement Control Command (PKPD) administratively and in prisons.

New cases on October 6, 2020.

Details of COVID-19 transmission cases in the country are as follows:

• Sabah: 219 cases
– 120 cases of symptomatic screening involving 117 citizens and three (3) non-citizens;
– 36 community screening cases involving citizens. Furthermore, 30 cases from the Stork Cluster involving 10 citizens and 20 non-citizens.
– 19 cases from the new cluster, namely the Mass Cluster involving citizens and five (5) close contact screening cases of COVID-19 positive cases involving citizens;
– Five (5) screening cases of health workers involving citizens and Four (4) cases of job screening involving citizens.

• Kedah: 397 cases
– 394 cases from the Wall Cluster, involving 391 citizens and three (3) non-citizens and three (3) cases from the Bah Sintok Cluster involving citizens.

Selangor: 38 cases
– 17 cases of screening to return from high-risk areas (Sabah) involving citizens and 11 cases from Jalan Meru Cluster involving citizens
– Nine (9) close contact screening cases to positive COVID-19 cases involving eight (8) citizens and one (1) non-citizen and one (1) case from Dew Cluster involving citizens.

• Silver: Eight (8) cases
– Seven (7) cases from the new cluster, namely Stone Cluster involving citizens and one (1) screening to return from high-risk areas (Sabah) involving citizens. Besides, Negeri Sembilan has seven (7) cases of screening to return from high-risk areas (Sabah) involving citizens.

• Johor: Six (6) cases
– Three (3) return screening cases from high-risk areas (Sabah) involving citizens. Moreover, three (3) cases from the Jalan Meru Cluster involving citizens.

Details of COVID-19 transmission cases

• Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur: Four (4) cases
– One (1) case of screening to return from high-risk areas (Sabah) involving citizens. Furthermore, one  from the Jalan Meru Cluster involving citizens
– One (1) pre-surgical screening case involving citizens. Moreover, one close contact screening case to a positive COVID-19 case involving a citizen.

• Sarawak: Three (3) cases
– One (1) case of screening to return from high-risk areas (Sabah) involving citizens. Also, one (1) screening case at the Domestic Entry returning from Peninsular Malaysia involving citizens. One (1) close contact screening case to a positive COVID-19 case involving a citizen.

• Penang: Three (3) cases
– One (1) case of screening to return from high-risk areas (Sabah) involving citizens. Moreover, one case of Severe Acute Respiratory Illness (SARI) involving citizens and one (1) death screening case involving citizens.

Terengganu has one case of screening to return from high-risk areas (Sabah) involving citizens. Besides, one case in Federal Territory of Putrajaya from the Basil Cluster involving citizens. Furthermore, one (1) case in the Federal Territory of Labuan screening return from high-risk areas (Sabah) involving citizens.

 

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