M'sia overshoots Covid-19 estimates due to non-citizen and imported cases

Modified 1 Jun 2020, 11:13 am

CORONAVIRUS | The Health Ministry's Covid-19 estimations show that Malaysians are doing well in complying with measures against the virus. This is due to the falling trend of new cases which are in line with projections that the country could see almost zero new cases by July 14.

However, the current trends are overshooting estimates when factoring in foreigners, following a series of outbreaks involving migrant workers as well as imported cases.

"The daily Covid-19 cases among Malaysians is in line with...

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