Recently added: GM Klang Wholesale City, Uncle Don's Solaris, Ipoh Fire and Rescue station.
Below are the verified locations that are reported to be affected today.
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- Soho Suites KLCC, Kuala Lumpur
The management confirmed in a notice dated Nov 29 that an office worker here tested positive for Covid-19.
Disinfection at affected areas has been carried out.
- Wisma AmFirst Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Ambank Group said in a statement on Facebook that three staff members based on the 14th floor of Wisma AmFirst Tower 1 was diagnosed with Covid-19.
Based on initial contact tracing, the cases are not related to each other.
Thorough sanitisation has been carried out on the affected floor while staff from the floor have to undergo quarantine and screening procedures.
- Axiata Tower, KL Sentral
The building management confirmed in a notice that a staff of one of the tenants had tested positive for Covid-19 on Nov 28.
The employee had been coming into the office every day for a week before testing positive, the management said. The employee is now under the Health Ministry's care.
Disinfection works were carried out on Nov 30 at 9am in common areas, all lifts and the main lobby.
- Indonesian Embassy, Kuala Lumpur
The Indonesian Embassy is closed from today until Dec 4 after several staff members contracted Covid-19.
Following that, all staff had undergone swab tests and were ordered to work from home.
- GM Klang Wholesale City, Klang, Selangor
The shopping mall announced on Facebook that a former part-time employee of Viki Crystal, located inside the mall, has tested positive for Covid-19. The former worker last reported to work at GM Klang on Nov 24.
GM Klang said it was informed of this by the Klang District Health Office this afternoon. While the rest of the mall will continue operating, the affected shop has been closed with immediate effect to facilitate contact tracing and quarantine.
- Uncle Don's, Solaris Dutamas-Publika
Two employees have tested positive at this restaurant.
They were detected following tests on all Uncle Don's employees, after a cluster was detected at the outlet in SS2, Petaling Jaya.
All other workers at this outlet have been screened and quarantined while the outlet is closed for disinfection.
All customers who develop Covid-19 symptoms after visiting the outlet from Nov 20 to 27 are urged to seek Covid-19 testing.
- IMKL, Setapak, Kuala Lumpur
The driving school announced that one of its customers tested positive for Covid-19 on Nov 26.
As a precaution, it said the driving school will be closed on Nov 29 and 30 for sanitisation and deep cleaning.
It also announced the cancellation of all classes for various driving licences.
- Maybank Taman Sri Serdang
The bank said in a notice that a staff member from this branch had come into close contact with a person under investigation (PUI) for Covid-19.
It stressed that the contact was made at an external location and not within the bank.
As a precautionary measure, the branch has been closed indefinitely starting Nov 26 for sanitisation and deep cleaning.
- Kamaya Electric (M) Sdn Bhd, Chemor, Perak
A cluster of Covid-19 cases were detected at this factory, Defence Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob said.
- Villa Emas Condominium, Penang
The management confirmed in a notice dated Nov 29 that a resident had tested positive for Covid-19.
All lifts, doors and the reception has been disinfected, the management said.
- Kampung Desa Bajau & Kampung Dasar Baru, Lahad Datu, Sabah
These villages are placed under the enhanced movement control order after a spike of Covid-19 cases were detected there, Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Ismail Sabri Yaakob said.
- Taman Klebang Jaya & Taman Pinji Mewah, Ipoh, Perak
These housing estates were also placed under the enhanced MCO after a spike of Covid-19 cases were detected there, Ismail Sabri said.
- Ipoh Fire and Rescue station
The Perak Fire and Rescue Department confirmed that one of its officers from the Ipoh Fire and Rescue station had tested positive for COvid-19.
Perak Fire and Rescue director Azmi Osman said the officer, who is in the 30s, is currently undergoing treatment at the Hospital Raja Permaisuri Bainun, Ipoh.
The other 11 members of the same team have been tested and are under home quarantine.