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★ Timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in Malaysia

Eight Chinese citizens were quarantined at a hotel in Johor Bahru on January 24 after coming into contact with an infected person in neighboring Singapore. Despite early reports that they had tested negative for the virus, three of them were confirmed infected on January 25, and they were subsequently quarantined at Sungai Buloh hospital in Selangor. The Ministry of health of Malaysia has published guidelines on the virus and set up special hospitals in each of the States of Malaysia to treat any positive cases of the disease. Local authorities reminded the Malaysian public of the need to take precautionary measures due to the threat of spreading the virus, and those traveling to China were advised to stay away from livestock farms and markets in the country and not eat raw or semi-raw meat. Following several earlier suspicious incidents in Sabahs capital, Kota Kinabalu, all direct flights between the state and China were suspended indefinitely.

On January 24, a two-year-old child suspected of being infected was detained along with his parents. The parents refused to be quarantined and were detained the next day by police at Senai International airport before returning to China. The patient, including those who refused to be quarantined, was subsequently placed under the close supervision of the local Ministry of health. On January 26, a fourth case of the virus was discovered, unrelated to previous cases. A suspected case of the disease was also discovered in the state of Kedah on Langkawi island involving two Chinese women, with both victims quarantined at the Sultan Malik hospital, one of whom was later confirmed positive on January 29. With an increase in the number of cases reported in neighboring Thailand, both Kedah state and Penang have tightened their borders, conducting strict checks at their international entry points. A Chinese national in Bintulu, Sarawak, also suspected of Contracting the virus, led the state to tighten its border and postpone direct flights to Hainan, despite a recently signed Memorandum of understanding establishing direct flights to Sarawak.

Out of a total of 25 Chinese citizens in Sabah previously suspected of being infected with the virus, most of them tested negative as of January 28, although one of them later tested positive for the virus upon arrival in China. Four more suspected cases were reported on 29 January in Sarawak, five in Kuching and one each in Sibu and Miri. Of the eight suspected cases in the state, six came back negative. On the same day, three more positive cases were confirmed in Western Malaysia: a four-year-old child quarantined at the Sultan Malik hospital in Kedah, a 52-year-old man at the Sultan Amin hospital in Johor, and a woman at the Sungai Buloh hospital in Selangor. The eighth case of the disease was registered at Permai hospital in Johor the following day.

                                     

1. February 2020. (Февраль 2020 года)

On February 4, Malaysia announced two new cases of the disease, including a 41-year-old local man, which was the first case involving a Malaysian. The patient recently visited Singapore and is being quarantined at Sungai Bulo hospital. In another case, we were talking about a 63-year-old man from China. On the same day, the child quarantined in the Sultan Malik hospital fully recovered, was discharged and was allowed to return to China. On February 5, two of the 107 Malaysians and other family members brought by the Malaysian government from Wuhan tested positive and were quarantined at Tuanku Jafar hospital in Seremban Negeri Sembilan. They were a 45-year-old man and his nine-year-old son, both Malaysians, for a total of 12 people. The younger sister of a 41-year-old Malaysian man reported positive for the virus on February 4, and a 40-year-old Malaysian woman was also confirmed infected with the virus on February 6, making her the first patient to acquire the virus through local transmission in Malaysia and was treated at sultanah Bahia hospital in ALOR Setar. On the same day, a positive case involving a 32-year-old woman from Wuhan was reported. The woman arrived in Malaysia on January 25 and was sent to a hospital in Kuala Lumpur. Another woman from Wuhan was confirmed positive for the virus the next day, and was quarantined at Permai hospital along with her husband, who was asymptomatic. The 59-year-old woman arrived from Malaysia from Singapore on January 21, along with three of her relatives.

On February 8, Malaysia reported another case involving a tourist from Wuhan. The patient of this case is a 67-year-old woman who had an indirect relationship with another patient who received a positive result on February 6 and was quarantined in a hospital in Kuala Lumpur. On the same day, Malaysia reported that its fourth patient, who was being treated at Permai hospital, had fully recovered. A total of 11 new patients were also admitted to hospital during the day to investigate the suspected infection in Sarawak state after they reported experiencing symptoms, including nine at Sibu hospital, one at Miri hospital and one at Sarawak Kuching General hospital. Subsequently, the government of Sarawak has set up a hot line on issues of outbreak of the virus. On February 9, the mother-in-law of the ninth case, a 65-year-old local resident, became the 17th recorded case. Meanwhile, Malaysia reported its third full recovery involving a tenth patient on the same day. On February 10, Malaysia reported its 18th case of a 31-year-old local resident working in Macau until February 1. On the same day, the Sarawak disaster management Committee began imposing a ban on neighboring Singaporeans due to a significant increase in the number of positive cases in the neighboring country.

On February 13, Malaysia reported its 19th case of the disease, which is a 39-year - old woman from Wuhan and the daughter of the 16th patient being treated at a hospital in Kuala Lumpur. On February 15, Malaysia reported two more cases of the disease-a 27-year-old businessman from Guangzhou and a 32-year-old woman who is originally from China but lives in Malaysia. This person is being monitored at the Sultan of Bahia hospital. Subsequently, on the same day, a 22nd case was reported involving an elderly woman from the United States who was among hundreds of passengers who disembarked from the MS Westerdam cruise ship in Cambodia and flew to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. The woman is being monitored at Sungai Bulo hospital in Selangor. Meanwhile, the remaining 143 passengers, including six others on the same flight as the woman, were declared free of the virus and allowed to return to their respective countries.

The Dutch American line and the Cambodian Ministry of Health have asked Malaysia to retest the US citizen to make sure that their findings are accurate. This is the second test conducted by the Malaysian Ministry of health on a woman who tested positive for the virus. After this second confirmation of the tests, the Malaysian authorities announced that the remaining passengers of the cruise liners will not be allowed to enter the country, despite the fact that several flights were chartered by Holland America Line in conjunction with Malaysia Airlines. Their departure from Cambodia was impossible, as this country did not have direct flights to Europe and the United States. However, the woman was discharged shortly after being cleared of the virus after another examination. This casts doubt on the Cambodian government, as well as the United States centers for disease control and prevention CDC, over the diagnosis made by Malaysia, despite the fact that the Cambodian government still rejects any further suggestion that there was already diplomatic tension between Cambodia and Malaysia over the issue. The Malaysian Ministry of health later issued a statement explaining that the American patient had only recently recovered after 72 hours of treatment.

On February 16, the 15th infected patient with the participation of a Chinese national fully recovered, becoming the 8th patient cured of the virus in Malaysia. The next day, the first infected Malaysian also reportedly recovered, becoming the 9th to be cured. Two more recovered on February 20, and only five remained in custody. By February 26, 20 of the 22 positive patients with coronavirus were discharged from the hospital. On the same day, an employee of the national hospital of Malaysia in the Sabahs Kudat district, suspected of Contracting the virus, was placed in quarantine when she showed symptoms of the disease after returning from South Korea. Although it was later declared free of the virus, the Malaysian government began restricting travel from South Korea as a precautionary measure, especially due to large positive reports of cases within the country. The next day, two more recovered, while a new case was registered involving a Malaysian national who had recently returned from Japan. Two more cases involving foreign citizens living in Malaysia, a Japanese national working in the capital of the country, Kuala Lumpur, and an Italian man married to a Malaysian wife were registered on February 28.

                                     

2. March 2020. (Март 2020 года)

Another four cases, all involving Malaysian citizens, were registered on March 1. On March 3, the Ministry of health reported seven more cases of the disease. In early March, a further 44 new infections were reported, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 99. by 11 March, Malaysian authorities had begun tracking 5.000 of their citizens who were believed to have been exposed to the virus during a gathering at the Tablighi Jamaat event in the capital, Kuala Lumpur, initiated after the first positive case in neighboring Brunei with a Malaysian source. Many of them were later confirmed to be carrying the virus, and all returned to their respective States, which subsequently caused a sporadic case of transmission in the local community. Thus, the total number of confirmed cases increased from 158 by March 12 to 197 by March 13. The correct numbers of participants in the meeting were later revised by the countrys Ministry of health from 5.000 to 14.500, which contributed to the further assessment that more positive cases could have been detected. Out of a total of 14.500 cases, 41 of them were tested positive, raising the total number of confirmed cases to 238. by March 15, 190 new cases were detected, the highest daily rate since the outbreak, and the number of confirmed cases rose to 428. This has led to the countrys Ministry of health stating that Malaysia is currently at a late stage of containment, and a special meeting will be held to discuss the next course of action.

On 16 March, the total number of confirmed cases rose to more than 553 cases, and later that evening, Prime Minister muhyiddin Yasin hosted a live national telecast to inform the Federal government of the decision to implement the movement control order. On March 17, Malaysia reported the first two deaths from coronavirus-a 60-year-old priest at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Kuching, Sarawak, and a 34-year-old participant in a Muslim religious meeting in Sri Petaling from Johor Bahru, Johor. By March 17, a total of 673 cases had been registered, and a further 117 new cases were diagnosed on March 18, with 11 of them discharged, bringing the combined statistics of positive and recovered cases to 790 and 60, respectively. On March 19, health Director General Nur Hisham once again urged people to stay at home, saying that Malaysia has a small chance of blocking the rapid spread of coronavirus disease compared to the current situation faced by Italy, saying that if it misses the third wave of infection, the situation will get out of control, as it did in Italy. It is also very likely that the government will extend the "restriction of movement order" for another 14 days. The Prime Minister also made a similar appeal to all Malaysians to comply with the control order to prevent further infections inside the country.

By 20 March, a total of 1.030 confirmed deaths of another Sabah religious meeting participant, a 58-year-old man, had been registered. On the same day, 15 medical workers treating a coronavirus patient in the country became infected with one placed in the intensive care unit. On March 21, another participant in a religious meeting, a 50-year-old man from Malacca, died, and the total number of cases of infection rose to 1.183. Another four deaths: a 79-year-old woman in Sarawak and her 40-year-old daughter were registered during the day, along with a 57-year-old man who was traveling to Vietnam before meeting one of the participants of a religious meeting, where he was hospitalized in Kuala Lumpur, and another was a 69-year-old meeting participant from Kelantan. A total of six Malaysian police officers were also infected with the virus while on duty. Up to 23 March, a total of 14 deaths were reported involving a 48-year-old doctor from Perlis who has a history of traveling to Turkey, a 74-year-old religious meeting participant from Penang and a 70-year-old surau Chairman from Kuala Lumpur who has a history of traveling to Indonesia, and the total number of infections rose further to 1.518. Up to 25 March, a total of 72 Malaysian health workers were infected with the virus. On March 26, the Malaysian Royal family confirmed that seven officers from the National Palace of Nations had tested positive, which led to Malaysias head of state Abdullah Pahang and his wife being quarantined, although they themselves had passed COVID-19 tests with negative results.

On March 27, a 62-year-old patient was found to have committed suicide in Serdang hospital, allegedly due to depression. On March 29, Malaysia recorded the highest daily death rate-seven people died due to the pandemic. On the same day, the CEO also announced that the Tabligh cluster has reached the fifth generation.

On 31 March, Director-General Nur Hisham Abdullah confirmed six new deaths, bringing the total death toll to 43. In addition, 140 new cases were registered, bringing the total number to 2.766.

                                     

2.1. March 2020. Kuala Lumpur Tabligh event. (Куала-Лумпур Tabligh событие)

In March 2020, a number of countries in South-East Asia saw a significant increase in the incidence of the disease following the Tablighi Jamaat event at the Jamek mosque in Sri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur, where many people were believed to have been infected. The four-day event, which took place from February 27 to March 1, was attended by about 16.000 people, including about 1.500 people from outside Malaysia. Participants shared food, sat close to each other and held hands at the event. According to the guests, the event managers did not talk about COVID-19 safety measures, but most of the participants washed their hands during the event. The Malaysian authorities were criticized for allowing this event to continue.

By March 17, almost two-thirds of the 673 cases confirmed in Malaysia were related to this event. More than 620 people, including those from other countries that participated in the event, tested positive, making it the largest known transmission center in Southeast Asia. At least six countries have traced their cases here – the majority of the 73 coronavirus cases in Brunei were linked to this event, as well as 22 in Cambodia, 13 in Indonesia, 10 in Thailand, 5 in Singapore, 2 in the Philippines, and 2 in Vietnam. On may 20, CEO Nur Hisham confirmed that 48% of Malaysias COVID-19 3.347 cases were related to the SRI Petaling tabligh cluster.



                                     

3. April 2020. (Апрель 2020 года)

On April 1, health Director General Nur Hisham confirmed that 108 coronavirus patients had recovered. It also confirmed 142 new cases, bringing the total to 2.908. on 2 April, it confirmed 208 new cases, bringing the total number of infected people to 3.116. In addition, the Ministry of health confirmed that the total number of deaths from coronavirus was 50 people. On 3 April, the Director-General confirmed 217 new cases, bringing the total number of cases to 3.333, and three confirmed deaths, bringing the total number of confirmed deaths to 53. He referred to the fact that the sudden surge in new cases was not a third wave, but was largely due to the active detection of cases in areas affected by heavy traffic, controlled by the order, a more stringent version of the ICO.

On April 4, the Ministry of health confirmed 150 new cases, bringing the total to 3.486. the Ministry also recorded four new deaths, bringing the total to 57.on April 5, the Director-General announced that a new cluster had been identified, involving a person with a history of travel to Italy, and has now grown to the third generation, with 37 cases and five fatalities as of today.

On 6 April, Malaysian authorities reported 131 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 3.793. In addition, a new death was reported, bringing the death toll to 62. Health authorities also confirmed 236 cases of recovery. Two other groups were identified: a Church meeting in Kuching, which led to 83 cases and two fatalities, and a wedding in Bandar baru-Bangui, which led to 88 cases. Both clusters have been infecting humans for five generations.

On 7 April, the Director-General reported 170 new cases, bringing the total to 3.963. one new death was also reported, bringing the death toll to 63. In addition, 80 patients recovered, bringing the total number of recoveries to 1.321. on April 8, the number of cases exceeded the 4.000 mark, and a new subcluster linked to a religious event in Kuala Lumpur was identified in Rembau, which infected 27 people over three generations.

On April 9, Malaysian health authorities reported 109 new cases and two new deaths, bringing the total number of cases and deaths to 4.228 and 67, respectively. In addition, 72 people were in intensive care, but 121 people were discharged. On April 10, the Malaysian authorities confirmed 118 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 4.346. in addition, a total of 70 deaths were reported in the country. 222 patients were also discharged on Friday, bringing the total number of patients to 1.830, or approximately 42%. In response, the government extended the movement control order until April 28.

On 11 April, the Director-General reported 184 new cases, bringing the total to 4.530. 72 patients were in intensive care, 38 of them requiring CPR. In addition, 165 patients recovered, bringing the total number to 1.995. A total of 224 health workers contracted the infection, which the investigation found was caused by patients with Sari symptoms, patients whose condition was unknown before receiving treatment, as well as a result of ground screening and other activities. On April 12, Malaysias health authorities reported a total of 153 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 4.683. 66 patients remain in intensive care and 37 require ventilators. Three more deaths were reported, bringing the total number of victims to 76.

On 13 April, the Director-General reported 134 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 4.817. The Malaysian authorities reported one new death of a 62-year-old man who attended a meeting of the Kuala Lumpur Tabligh Jamaat, bringing the death toll to 77. The Ministry of Health also reported that 168 people had recovered, bringing the total number of those who had recovered to 2.276. on April 14, the Director-General reported that 202 patients had recovered, bringing the total number of those who had recovered to 4.987. Malaysia reported 170 new cases, bringing the total to 2.427. He also reported five dead, bringing the death toll to 82. On the same day, he mentioned the discovery of a new cluster in Sendayan, Negeri Sembilan, comprising madrasas With at least 39 cases of the disease, and so far 28 virus clusters have been detected across the country.

On 15 April, the Director-General reported 85 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 5.072. This is the first time that Malaysia has registered fewer than 100 cases of the disease since March 14. The Malaysian health authorities also discharged 169 patients, bringing the total number of recoveries to 2.647. Malaysia also reported one new death, bringing the total number of fatalities to 83. On April 16, Director-General Nur Hisham confirmed 110 new cases, bringing the total number of cases to 5.182. He also reported one death, bringing the death toll to 84. In addition, 2.766 patients recovered, while 2.332 were still being treated.

On 17 April, the Director-General confirmed 69 new cases in Malaysia, bringing the total number of such cases to 5.251. He also confirmed that 201 patients had been discharged, bringing the total to 2.967, giving the country a recovery rate of 56.5%. 2.198 patients were still being treated in health facilities. Malaysia also reports two new deaths, bringing the death toll to 86. On 18 April, the Director-General confirmed 54 new cases, bringing the total number of infected cases to 5.305. The Malaysian health authorities discharged 135 patients, bringing the total number of recoveries to 3.102. 2.115 patients remain in hospital, with 49 receiving intensive care and 26 requiring ventilators. Malaysia reported two new deaths, bringing the death toll to 88. A new cluster was identified among health workers in three government hospitals in Sabah with 31 cases.

On 19 April, the Director-General reported 84 new cases, bringing the total to 5.389. he also reported 95 recoveries, bringing the total to 3.197. He confirmed that 46 patients were receiving intensive therapy, and 26 needed artificial ventilation devices. He also reported one new death, bringing the death toll to 89. A new cluster was identified, consisting of 43 students returning from Temboro, Magetan, Indonesia.

On 20 April, the Director-General reported 36 new cases, bringing the total number of cases in the country to 5.425. The Malaysian authorities discharged 98 patients, bringing the total number of those who recovered to 3.295. 2.041 patients remain in hospital, of which 45 are receiving intensive care and 28 are in need of ventilators. Malaysia has not reported any new deaths. On 21 April, the Director-General reported 57 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 5.482. the Malaysian authorities also discharged 54 more patients, bringing the number of recovered cases to 3.349. 43 patients remain in intensive care and 27 require CPR. Malaysia recorded three more fatalities, bringing the death toll to 92.

On 22 April, the Director-General reported 50 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 5.532. The Malaysian health authorities discharged 103 patients, bringing the total number of recovered patients to 3.452. 1.987 patients remain in hospital, 43 in intensive care,and 25 of them require artificial ventilation. The Director General reported one fatality, bringing the death toll to 93. In Pengerang, a new cluster was identified with 15 cases of the disease. On 23 April, the Director-General reported 71 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 5.603. The Malaysian health authorities have discharged another 90 patients, with 1.996 patients remaining in hospital. 3.542 recovered. The country also reported two new deaths, bringing the death toll to 95.

On 24 April, the Director-General reported 88 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 5.691. It also confirmed 121 new recoveries, bringing the total to 3.663. 1.932 patients were still being treated in medical facilities, including 41 in the intensive care unit and 18 on ventilators. It also confirmed one new death, bringing the death toll to 96. on 25 April, the Director-General confirmed 51 new cases, bringing the total to 5.742. The Malaysian authorities also discharged 99 more patients, bringing the number of recoveries to 3.762. the Director - General also confirmed two new deaths, bringing the death toll to 98. 1.882 patients remain in the hospital, 36 of them are in intensive care, and 16 are on a ventilator.

On 26 April, the Director-General reported 38 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 5.870. 100 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 3.862. the death Toll in Malaysia remained at 98.

On 27 April, the Director-General reported 40 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 5.820. 95 patients were discharged, bringing the recovery rate to 3.957. 1.764 patients remain in hospital, of which 37 are in intensive care and 17 are on artificial ventilation. Malaysia also reported one new death, bringing the death toll to 99.

On 28 April, the Director-General reported 31 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 5.851. It also confirmed 75 new cases of recovery, bringing the total number of recoveries to 4.032. 1.719 patients remain in hospital, including 36 in intensive care and 17 on artificial ventilation. Malaysia also reported one new death, bringing the total death toll to 100.

On 29 April, the Director - General reported 94 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 5.945. 55 patients were discharged, bringing the number of recovered cases to 4.087. 1.785 patients remain in hospital, 40 of them in intensive care and 18 on ventilators. The death toll in Malaysia is still 100 people. The 72 cases reported on that day occurred in the Magetan cluster.

On 30 April, the Director-General reported 57 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 6.002. The Malaysian health authorities discharged 84 patients, bringing the total number of recoveries to 4.171. Malaysia also reported two fatalities, bringing the death toll to 102.

                                     

4. May 2020. (Май 2020 года)

On 1 may, the Director - General reported 69 new cases of 12 imported and 57 local transmissions, bringing the total number of cases to 6.071. the Malaysian authorities also discharged 39 patients, bringing the recovery to 4.210. 1.758 patients remained in hospital, 37 in intensive care and 14 on ventilators. The Director-General also confirmed another death, bringing the death toll in Malaysia to 103. Prime Minister Muhiddin Yasin announced that the lockdown will be eased on may 4, when most businesses will be able to open, although mass gatherings will still be banned.

On 2 may, the Director-General reported 105 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 6.176. in addition, 116 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 4.326. The death toll is still 103 people.

On 3 may, the Director-General reported 122 new cases, bringing the total to 6.297. Nur Hisham also reported two new deaths, bringing the death toll to 105. 27 people remained in intensive care, and 13-on a ventilator.

On 4 may, the Director - General reported 55 new cases of seven imported and 48 local transmissions, bringing the total number of cases to 6.353. 71 people were discharged, bringing the recovery to 4.484. 1.764 people remained in hospital, 28 in intensive care and 13 on ventilators. Malaysia has not reported any new deaths, and the death toll remains at 105. A new cluster was identified in a residential area of Kuching that was linked to a religious event in Kuala Lumpur and infected 37 people over three generations.

On 5 may, the Director-General reported 30 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 6.883. 83 patients were discharged, bringing the total recovery to 4.567. 1.710 patients continued to be treated in hospitals, 24 in intensive care and eight on ventilators. The Director-General also reported one new death, bringing the death toll to 106.

On 6 may, the Director-General reported 45 new cases, bringing the total to 6.248. the Malaysian health authorities discharged 135 patients, bringing the recovery to 4.702. 1.619 patients remained in hospital, 22 of them in intensive care and nine on ventilators. Malaysia reported 1 new death, bringing the death toll to 107.

On 7 may, the Director-General reported 39 new cases, bringing the total to 6.467. the Malaysian health Authorities discharged 74 patients, bringing the total to 4.776. 1.584 people remained hospitalized, including 19 in intensive care and 18 on ventilators. No new deaths were reported, and the death toll remained at 107. A new cluster was identified among security guards at a shopping center in Cheras with nine infected Nepalis and one Malaysian.

On 8 may, the Director - General reported 68 new cases, bringing the total to 6.535. 1.564 remained in hospital, including 17 in intensive care and seven on ventilators. The Malaysian authorities discharged 88 patients, bringing the number of those who recovered to 4.864. the death Toll remained at 107. A new cluster was identified at the plant in Pedas with 60 cases of the disease.

On 9 may, Director-General Nur Hisham reported 54 new cases, 45 of which were foreigners, bringing the total number of such cases to 6.589. 65 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recovered cases to 4.929. there Were 1.552 more active cases. Hisham also reported one new death, bringing the death toll to 108. In Setia Alam, a new cluster was identified, in which 12 Bangladeshis received a positive test result.

On 10 may, the Director-General reported 67 new cases, 49 of which were foreigners, bringing the total number of such cases to 6.656. 1.525 people remained in hospital, 18 in intensive care and 6 on ventilators. 96 of them were discharged, bringing the total amount to 5.025. the death Toll remained at 108 people.

On 11 may, the Director-General reported 70 new cases, bringing the total to 6.726. 1.504 active cases were registered, with 20 patients remaining in intensive care. 88 people were discharged, bringing the total number of people who recovered to 5.113. Malaysia reported one new death, bringing the death toll to 109.

On 12 may, the Director-General reported a further 16 cases of three imported and 13 local transmissions, bringing the total number of cases to 6.742. 110 patients recovered, bringing the total to 5.223. 1.140 people remained in hospital, 16 in intensive care and three in a ventilator. The number of deaths remained at the level of 109 people.

On 13 may, the Director-General reported 37 new cases of transmission, four of which were imported and 33 local, bringing the total number of cases to 6.779. 1.387 active cases were reported, of which 16 were in intensive care and 4 on ventilators. 58 were recovered, bringing the total number of recoveries to 5.281. the Director-General also reported two fatalities, bringing the death toll to 111.

On 14 may, the Director-General reported 40 new cases of 31 foreigners, bringing the total number of such cases to 6.819. 70 patients were discharged, resulting in a total recovery of 5.351. 1.356 active patients remain in the hospital, including 16 in intensive care and four on artificial ventilation. The Director-General reported one new death, bringing the death toll to 112.

On 15 may, the Director-General reported 36 new cases of 28 foreigners and eight Malaysians, bringing the total number of cases to 6.855. 1.304 active cases were registered, 14 in intensive care and five on ventilators. 88 people recovered, bringing the total number of people who recovered to 5.439.

On 16 may, the Director-General reported 17 new cases of six imported and 11 local transmissions, bringing the total number of cases to 6.872. 73 patients recovered, bringing the total to 5.512. 13 patients were being treated in intensive care, with five requiring ventilator support. The Director-General reported one new death, bringing the death toll to 113.

On 17 may, the Director-General reported 22 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 6.894. 1.210 active cases were registered, of which 13 were in intensive care and seven needed ventilators. 59 of these recovered, bringing the total number of recoveries to 5.571.

On 18 may, the Director-General reported 47 new cases of 21 imported and 26 local transmissions, bringing the total number of cases to 6.941. 44 were discharged from hospital, bringing the total number of people recovered to 5.615. 1.213 active cases of the disease were registered, including 13 in intensive care and six on a ventilator.

On 19 may, the Director-General reported 37 new cases, 35 of which were related to local transmission and 22 to foreigners, bringing the total number of cases to 6.978. Another death was reported, bringing the death toll to 114. 1.218 active cases of the disease were registered, including 11 in intensive care and six on a ventilator. 31 people recovered, bringing the total number of those who recovered to 5.646.

On 20 may, the Director-General reported 31 new cases of ten imported and 21 local transfers, bringing the total number of cases to 7.009. 60 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 5.706. 1189 active cases of the disease were registered in hospitals, including 11 in intensive care and 7 on ventilators.

On 21 may, the Director-General reported 50 new cases, three imported and 41 foreigners, bringing the total number of cases to 7.050. There were 1.149 active cases of the disease, ten of which were in intensive care and seven were on artificial respiration. 90 people were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 5.796. in Addition, a new cluster was discovered at the Bukit Jalil immigration depot after 35 foreigners tested positive for COVID-19.

On 22 may, the Director-General reported 78 new cases, bringing the total to 7.137. 1.163 active cases were registered, nine of them in intensive care and five on ventilators. 63 people were discharged, bringing the total number of people who recovered to 5.859. A 65-year-old man was killed, bringing the death toll to 115. Prime Minister Muhiddin Yasin also imposed a 14-day quarantine after an officer who attended a Cabinet meeting in the Prime Ministers office on may 21 tested positive for COVID-19.

On 23 may, the Director-General reported 48 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 7.185. 1.158 active cases of the disease were registered, including nine in intensive care and five on a ventilator. 53 people were discharged, bringing the total number of people who recovered to 5.912. The number of deaths remained at the level of 115 people. On the same day, the Director General confirmed that a new cluster had been identified at the immigration detention facility in Semenik, Selangor. 1.631 detainees and 121 employees were tested, 21 of whom tested positive for coronavirus.

On 24 may, the Director-General reported 60 new cases, seven imported cases and 53 local transfers, bringing the total number of cases to 7.245. 1.185 active cases were registered, nine of which were in intensive care and four were on ventilators. 33 people were discharged, bringing the total number of people who recovered to 5.945. The number of deaths remained at the level of 115 people.

On 25 may, the Director-General reported 172 new cases of 159 foreigners and eight local residents, bringing the total number of cases to 7.417. 1.410 active cases were registered. 34 were discharged, resulting in a total recovery of 5.979 or 80.06% of cases. The number of deaths remained at the level of 115 people. In addition, immigration service Director General Datuk Khairul Dzaimi Daud confirmed that 207 of the 13.929 illegal immigrants held in three immigration detention centers in peninsular Malaysia tested positive for coronavirus. 110 of those infected were sent to the COVID-19 quarantine and treatment center in Malaysias Serdang MAEPS agro-Exhibition Park. The Director General also confirmed that a group of 44 cases were discovered at a construction site in Kuala Lumpur.

On 26 may, the Director-General reported 187 new cases of 10 imported and 177 local transmissions, bringing the total number of cases to 7.604. of the 177 local transmissions, 173 were related to foreigners, including 155 at the Bukit Jalil immigration detention centre and 13 at the Cheras security team. A total of 227 positive cases were registered in three immigration detention centres in Malaysia. 62 people were discharged, bringing the total number of people who recovered to 6.041. In Malaysia, 1.448 active cases of the disease were registered, with eight of them in intensive care, and five-on a ventilator.

On 27 may, the Director-General reported 15 new cases of six imported and nine local transfers, bringing the total number of cases to 7.619. the Number of such cases was the lowest since the start of the movement control order on 18 March. 42 people were discharged, resulting in a total recovery of 6.083. 1.421 active cases of the disease were registered, of which six were in intensive care and four were on artificial ventilation. The number of deaths remained at the level of 115 people.

On 28 may, the Director-General reported ten new cases of local transmission, five local residents and five foreigners, bringing the total number of cases to 7.629. 86 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 6.169. 1.345 active cases were registered, eight of which were in intensive care and four on ventilators. The number of deaths remained at the level of 115 people.

On 29 may, the Director-General reported 103 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 7.732. This surge is linked to the discovery of 53 cases of the disease in the Pedas cluster and 24 Bangladeshi workers who were linked to a cluster of cleaning companies. 66 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recovered patients to 6.235. 1.382 active cases were registered, eight of them in intensive care and two of them on artificial ventilation. The number of deaths remained at the level of 115 people.

On 30 may, the Director-General reported 30 new cases, bringing the total to 7.762.the death Toll remained at 115. 95 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recovered patients to 6.330. There were 1.137 active cases of the disease, nine patients were in intensive care, and two were on a ventilator.

On 31 may, the Director-General reported 57 new cases of 10 imported and 47 local transmissions, bringing the total number of cases to 7.819. Four of these new cases involved Malaysians, while the rest were foreigners and illegal migrants. 23 people were discharged, bringing the total number of people who recovered to 6.353. 1.351 active cases of the disease were registered, nine of which were in intensive care, and two were on artificial ventilation.

                                     

5. June 2020. (Июнь 2020 года)

On 1 June, the Director-General reported 38 new cases of transmission to 12 communities and 26 imported cases, bringing the total number of cases to 7.857. 1.338 active cases were reported, eight of them in intensive care and two on ventilators. 51 patients were discharged, bringing the number of people who recovered to 6.404. the death Toll remained at 115.

On 2 June, the Director-General reported 20 new cases, 15 of which were imported and five of which were locally transmitted, bringing the total number of cases to 7.877. 66 patients recovered, bringing the total to 6.470. 1.292 active cases were registered, six of which were in intensive care and two-on a ventilator. There were no new deaths, and the death toll is still 115.

On 3 June, the Director-General reported 93 new cases of all local transmissions involving 91 foreigners and two local residents, bringing the total number of cases to 7.970. Of the 91 foreigners, 55 were from the Bukit Jalil detention center and 36 were from the Pedas cluster. There were 1.324 active cases registered, six of which were in intensive care and two-on a ventilator. 61 patients recovered, bringing the total number of those who recovered to 6.531. the death toll remained at 115.

On 4 June, the Director-General reported 277 new cases of 271 foreigners and 4 Malaysians, bringing the total number of cases to 8.247. 270 of these occurred in the Bukit Jalil detention facility. There were 1.573 active cases registered, six of which were in intensive care and two-on a ventilator. 28 patients recovered, bringing the total number of those who recovered to 6.559.

On 5 June, the Director-General reported 19 new cases, bringing the total to 8.329. 20 patients were discharged, bringing the total to 6.694. 1.518 active cases were reported, six of them in intensive care and one on ventilators. The death toll remained at 117 people.

On 9 June, the Director-General reported seven new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 8.336. 281 people were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 6.975. There were 1.244 active cases of the disease, six of which were in intensive care, and one-on a ventilator.

On 10 June, the Director-General reported two new cases, one of which was imported involving a Malaysian returning from abroad, bringing the total number of such cases to 8.338. 39 patients recovered, bringing the total number of those who recovered to 7.014. There were 1206 active patients in intensive care, five of whom were in intensive care.

On 11 June, the Director-General reported 31 new cases, bringing the total to 8.369, 11 imported cases involving return to Malaysia, and 20 local transfers. 16 of these new cases came from the Pedas cluster. 51 cases were discharged, bringing the total number of people who recovered to 7.065. 1.186 active cases were registered, of which five were in intensive care.

On 12 June, the Director-General reported 33 new cases, bringing the total number of cases to 8.402, 16 imported and 17 community-based transfers. 1115 active cases of the disease were registered, of which four were in intensive care. 103 were discharged, bringing the number of people who recovered to 7.168. a new death was recorded, bringing the death toll to 119.

On 13 June, the Director-General reported 43 new cases of five imported and 38 local transmissions, bringing the total number of cases to 8.445. 143 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 7.311. a 96-year-old woman died in Sabah, bringing the death toll to 120.

On 14 June, the Director-General reported eight new cases of two imported and six local transmissions, bringing the total number of cases to 8.453. 35 patients recovered, bringing the total number of recoveries to 7.346. a 67-year-old Indian man died in Kuala Lumpur, making him the fifth non-Malaysian to die from COVID-19 in Malaysia, bringing the death toll to 121.

On 15 June, the Director-General reported 41 new cases of three imported and 38 community transmissions, bringing the total number of cases to 8.494. of the 38 local transmissions, six were Malays, 32 were foreigners from the Akademi Imigresen Malaysia group in port Dickson, 15 were from the Pedas group in Negeri Sembilan and two were from the cleaning company group. 54 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recovered patients to 7.400. Currently, there are 973 active cases of the disease. The death toll is still 121 people.

On 16 June, the Director-General reported 11 new cases of 10 local transmissions and one imported, bringing the total number of cases to 8.505. Six local broadcasts were hosted by foreigners, and four by local residents. There were 333 recoveries, bringing the total number of recovered patients to 7.733.

On 17 June, the Director-General reported ten new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 8.515. All ten new cases of local transmission with the participation of seven Malaysians and three foreigners. There are 642 active cases, of which four are in intensive care. 140 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 7.873. the death Toll still stands at 121.

On June 18, the CEO reported 14 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 8.529. 127 patients have been discharged, and to date, a total of 8.000 patients have recovered from COVID-19 in Malaysia. The death toll is still 119 people. As of June 18, 13.149 people had been tested, with 782 tests positive, 11.564 negative and 803 awaiting results. Of the 782 positive cases, seven are Malaysians and 775 are foreigners.

On 19 June, the Director-General reported six new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 8.535. Currently, 344 active patients are in intensive care, of which four are in intensive care. 70 of them were restored, bringing the total number restored to 8.070. The death toll is still 121 people. On the same day, the CEO confirmed that a new cluster consisting of six cases of the disease had been discovered in Kidurong, Sarawak. The index case was a University student who tested positive for COVID-19 on June 12. As a result of contact tracking, 231 people who had contact with the patient were identified, 163 of whom tested negative for the virus.

On 20 June, the Director-General reported 21 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 8.556. There are 289 active patients, three of whom are in intensive care. 76 of them recovered, bringing the total number of recoveries to 8.146. the death Toll still stands at 121. The CEO confirmed the opening of a new cluster in labu Lanjut, Sepang.

On 21 June, the Director-General reported 16 new cases of three imported and 13 local transmissions, bringing the total number of cases to 8.572. Currently, there are 295 active patients, three of whom are in intensive care. The death toll is still 121 people. Ten patients recovered, bringing the total number of those who recovered to 8.156.

On 22 June, the Director-General reported 15 new cases of two imported and 13 local infections, bringing the total number of cases to 8.587. There are 289 active patients, two of whom are in intensive care. 21 cases were discharged, bringing the total number of people who recovered to 8.177.the death Toll still stands at 121. 12 new cases of the disease were linked to the Pedas poultry farm in Negeri Sembilan.

On 23 June, the Director-General reported three new cases, bringing the total number of active cases to 283, three of which were in intensive care. A total of 8.590 cases of the disease were registered. Nine people were discharged, bringing the total number of people who recovered to 8.186. the death Toll remains at 121. The CEO announced the closure of the Kuching Church conference cluster, which has caused three deaths and 191 infections since it was first discovered on March 15, 2020.

On 24 June, the Director-General reported six new cases, four local transfers and two imported cases. All four local cases are Malay and involve three new clusters in the Hulu Langat condominium, Bukit Bintang cluster and Kuching construction site. The two imported cases are a Malaysian returning from Mexico and a permanent resident returning from India. There are currently 244 active cases, bringing the total number of cases to 8.596. another 45 cases have been discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 8.231. the death Toll still stands at 121.

On 25 June, the Director-General reported 4 new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 8.600. There are 208 active patients, two of whom are in intensive care. 40 patients recovered, bringing the total number of those who recovered to 8.271. the death Toll still stands at 121.

On 26 June, the Director-General reported six new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 8.606. There are 200 active patients, two of whom are in intensive care. 23 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 8.294. the death Toll remains at 121.

On 27 June, the Director-General reported ten new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 8.616. there are currently 187 active patients, two of whom are in intensive care. 14 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of people who recovered to 8.307. the death Toll still stands at 121. The Director General confirmed that as of June 25, 61.576 Malays had returned from abroad with 610 positive test results for COVID-19. All returnees undergo a 14-year quarantine period.

On 28 June, the Director-General reported 18 new cases of four Malaysians and 14 foreigners, bringing the total number of cases to 8.634. There are 195 active patients, two of whom are in intensive care. Ten patients recovered, bringing the total number of those who recovered to 8.318. the death Toll still stands at 121.

On 29 June, the Director-General reported three new cases, all of them Malaysians, and one of them had recently visited New Zealand and Fiji, bringing the total number of cases to 8.637. There are 182 active cases. 16 people recovered, bringing the total number of people who recovered to 8.334. the death Toll still stands at 121.

On 30 June, the Director-General reported two new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 8.639. There are 164 active cases. 20 people were discharged, bringing the total number of people who recovered to 8.354. the death Toll still stands at 121.



                                     

6. July 2020. (Июль 2020 года)

On 1 June, the Director-General reported only one imported case, bringing the number of active cases to 144 and the total number of cases to 8.640. 21 patients recovered, bringing the total to 8.375. the death Toll still stands at 121.

On 2 July, the Director-General reported three new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 8.643. There are 85 active cases with two on fan support. 62 of them recovered, bringing the number of survivors to 8.437. the death Toll still stands at 121.

On 3 July, the Director-General reported five new cases, three imported and two community transfers, bringing the total number of cases to 8.648. There are 81 active cases. Nine people were recovered, bringing the number recovered to 8.446. The death toll is still 121 people.

On 4 July, the Director-General reported ten new cases of transmission, seven imported and three local, bringing the total number of cases to 8.658. There are 76 active cases, with two of them requiring respirator support. 15 patients recovered, bringing the total number of those who recovered to 8.461. the death Toll still stands at 121.

On 5 July, the Director-General reported five new cases, with 77 active cases and a total of 8.663. four patients Recovered, bringing the total number of recoveries to 8.465. The death toll is still 121 people.

On 6 July, the Director-General reported five new cases, bringing the number of active cases to 71 and the total number to 8.668. 11 cases were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 8.476. the death Toll still stands at 121.

On 7 July, the Director-General reported six new cases, four imported and two local transfers, bringing the number of active cases to 72 and the total to 8.674. Five of them recovered, bringing the total number of those recovered to 8.481. the death Toll remains at 121.

On 8 July, the Director-General reported three new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 8.677. There are 70 active patients, of which two are in intensive care, and one is on a ventilator. Five patients were discharged, bringing the total number of people who recovered to 8.486. the death Toll still stands at 121.

On 9 July, the Director-General reported six new cases, all of them Malaysians who had returned from abroad, bringing the total number of cases to 8.683. 13 cases were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 8.499. There are 63 active cases, of which two are in intensive care and one is on a ventilator.

On 10 July, the Director-General reported 13 new cases, including five local transmissions, bringing the total number of cases to 8.696. 12 patients were discharged, bringing the total number of recoveries to 8.511. Currently, there are 64 active cases of the disease, and the death toll remains at 121 people.

On 11 July, the Director-General reported eight new cases, four of which were imported, bringing the total number of such cases to 8.704. There are 67 active cases,with three in intensive care and two on ventilator support. Four patients recovered, bringing the total number of people who recovered to 8.515. The CEO reported one new death of a 72-year-old man with a history of hypertension and diabetes, bringing the death toll to 122.

On 12 July, the Director-General reported 14 new cases of three imported and 11 community-based transmissions, bringing the total number of cases to 8.718. Three of the locally infected were Malaysians and eight were foreigners. Two local cases are from Sarawak and one is from Sabah. Four recoveries were made, while the death toll still stands at 122.

On 13 July, the Director-General reported seven new cases, six imported cases and one case of community transmission, bringing the total number of cases to 87.25. Currently, there are 83 active patients, four of whom are in intensive care and Three are on a ventilator. There was one recovery, bring the total number of restored cases to 8.520. The death toll is still 122 people.

On 14 July, the Director-General reported four new cases, bringing the total number of such cases to 8.729. Currently, there are 83 cases of the disease, and four of them are in intensive care, and two are on a ventilator. Four recovered, bringing the total number of survivors to 8.524. the death Toll remains at 122.

                                     

7. Statistics. (Статистика)

By region. (По регионам)

All administrative districts have confirmed cases of the disease. Statistics published before March 3, 2020, detailed information about each patient and their location in the hospital. In the period from March 3 to March 13, 2020, no data was published. Starting on March 13, 2020, the Department of Health will begin announcing the total confirmed cases of each state.

Charts. (Диаграммы)

Until March 21, 2020, cases in ICU intensive care units on artificial ventilation devices were not specified and were included in the total number of ICU cases.

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