Covid-19: Second straight day with zero local infections, 6 imported cases

Modified 9 Jul 2020, 10:48 am

CORONAVIRUS | The country recorded zero local Covid-19 infections for a second straight day.

There were six imported cases, of which five were Malaysians.

According to Health Ministry director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah, three of the imported cases originated from Indonesia, two from Singapore, and one from Egypt.

There were 13 recoveries, leaving only 63 active cases. Total cases are at 8,683.

Total active cases are now lower than it was on March 7 when there were 70 active cases.

Two patients remain in intensive care, with one intubated.

No new fatalities were reported, with the death toll remaining at 121.

Meanwhile, Noor Hisham announced that the cleaning crew cluster in Kuala Lumpur, which had four cases, has no more active cases.

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