Covid-19 Death Tolls In Malaysia Stands At 115 As Country Records No Death In 10 Days
Malaysia Health Ministry Director-General Noor Hisham Abdullah has reported that the total death toll of coronavirus case is 115 and no death has been recorded for good ten days.
Noor Hisham Abdullah said this while giving update of the country’s coronavirus cases that Malaysia has recorded 38 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of cases in the country to 7,857.
He proceed saying that imported cases made up the majority with 26 reported, while among local transmissions, six are locals and six more foreign nationals.
The Health Ministry Director further stated that majority of the country’s new COVID-19 cases recently were contributed by imported cases and local transmission among foreign nationals involving foreign workers and several clusters identified in immigration detention facilities.
Hisham added that local transmission involving Malaysian citizens has been in decline.
He also said that authorities are working to control further transmission among foreign workers while providing those tested positive with best treatment and that another 51 recoveries have been recorded recently, bringing the total cured and discharged to 6,404.
He concluded that, of the remaining 1,338 cases, eight are currently being held in intensive care and two of those are in need of assisted breathing.