PETALING JAYA: Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin reminds all Malaysians to play their part in breaking the chain of transmissions of Covid-19.
The Prime Minister said that in the last two weeks, the number of cases in the country had been on an uptrend, causing three districts to be declared red zones – namely Kotar Setar in Kedah, as well as Lahad Datu and Tawau in Sabah.
“Although the country has been successful in curbing the spread of Covid-19, I am worried because the number of positive cases has been rising lately, ” he said in a special address on the current Covid-19 situation in the country on Tuesday (Sep 15) night.
He said that a total of 615 new cases had been detected in the past 14 days.
Muhyiddin said that based on the data available on a worldwide level, the pandemic was still active and was expected to continue for a long time.
Until Tuesday, a total of 9,969 positive cases of the disease have been detected in the country, with 128 deaths or a rate of 1.28% of all the cases.
There are still 11 active clusters in the country, with another 97 clusters declared as being over.
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