Covid-19, Noor Hisham Abdullah

Covid-19, Noor Hisham Abdullah

Covid-19 infections may have peaked last week, says Health DG | The Malaysian Insight

There are now more recoveries than new cases daily.

10/4/2020 2:59:00 PM

Covid-19 infections may have peaked last week, says Health DG

There are now more recoveries than new cases daily.

Copy URLMALAYSIA has likely seen the peak of Covid-19 infections last week, with the daily number of recoveries now exceeding new cases, said Director-General of Health, Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.“Data has shown that last week was perhaps our peak. We are seeing less and less new cases,” Dr Noor Hisham said in Putrajaya today.

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