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Covid-19, Malaysia

COVID-19: 68% of confirmed cases have recovered in Malaysia

Malaysia is making progress. 2 more coronavirus cases have recovered today. 7 remaining COVID-19 cases are still receiving treatment.

20/2/2020 4:28:00 PM

Malaysia is making progress. 2 more coronavirus cases have recovered today. 7 remaining COVID-19 cases are still receiving treatment and are in stable condition.

Malaysia is making progress. 2 more coronavirus cases have recovered today. 7 remaining COVID-19 cases are still receiving treatment.

The Ministry of Health has updated that a total of 15 patients have recovered from the coronavirus disease with the addition of two Malaysians that were discharged from Hospital Sungai Buloh today. According to Health Minister Datuk Seri Dzulkelfy Ahmad, both have fully covered after testing negative following treatment and they are allowed to go home this morning.

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There are no additional confirmed cases reported in the last 24-hours and this leaves 7 confirmed cases remaining which are still undergoing treatment and in stable condition. There are zero deaths reported so far in Malaysia.2 more patients have recovered n discharged well from Sg Buloh Hspl, today.

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Covid-19: 3 new cases diagnosed, including 2 linked to existing clusters | Malay MailSINGAPORE, Feb 19  — Three more cases of the Covid-19 infection have been diagnosed in Singapore, the Ministry of Health (MOH) announced on Wednesday (Feb 19). This brings the total number of confirmed cases here to 84. Contact tracing is underway for the remaining eight locally transmitted...