COVID-19 in Malaysia, September

Malaysia // 22 September, 2020

At least 10,276 cases and 130 deaths. The most affected states are Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan and Johor.

See the Government COVID-19 website and the WHO COVID-19 situation reports for Malaysia.

Official Contact Tracing App MySejahtera.

Status: Increasing Activity

22 September: Cases have been increasing in mid-September, with an average of 40 new cases each day in the last week. The country has moved back into the ‘Increasing activity’ category. A total of 10,276 cases have been reported, of which there are 130 deaths and almost 9,400 recoveries. Kuala Lumpur and Selangor remain the most affected territory and state.

17 September: New cases continue to be reported each day. There are 668 active cases, managed in isolation. Some are imported from overseas, however the majority of new cases are locally acquired, linked to known clusters. There is an uptick in cases in Sabah.

7 September: Malaysia has recorded the highest spike of 62 cases since 4 June. At least 50 of the new cases were reported in Sabah state on Malaysian Borneo.

See the August news for Malaysia here

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