Covid-19: Cases up by 2,875 bringing total to 384,688 (updated daily)


A poster put up at a shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur on the step by step measures that can be taken to stop the spreading of Covid-19, Sunday, March 8,2020. RAJA FAISAL HISHAN/The Star

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia announced its first Covid-19 cases on Jan 25 involving three China tourists who had entered Malaysia via Johor from Singapore on Jan 23.

The number of cases then rose to 22 by Feb 16, representing a first wave of cases.

A second wave of cases began on Feb 27 and since then the number of people affected by the coronavirus has risen to more than 1,000.

Malaysia is now facing a third wave of infections which began on Sept 20.

(Click here for more details on the latest global Covid-19 figures)



Since May 30, the Health Ministry has released daily district-level data on the total number of new cases recorded within a two-week period.

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