13 new clusters at work places, 91 death cases

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PUTRAJAYA JULY 11: The new COVID-19 cases remain high at 9,105 today adding to the cumulative total to 836,296 with 87,841 active cases and 19 new clusters formed and out of which 13 have originated from the work places nationwide.

Director General of Health, Tan Sri Dr. Noor Hisham Abdiullah said, the 13 clusters that occurred at the work places include three in Selangor, Pulau Pinang(1), Johor (3), Sabah (1), Kuala Lumpur (2), Perak (1) and Kelantan (2).Dr,Noor Hisham said, out of the five community clusters three had been formedin Kuala Lumpur, Perak (1) and Johor (1) while one high risk group cluster wasformed in Kuala Lumpur.

“From the new cases, 7,438 (81.9 per cent) were involving Malaysians while 1,649 (18.1 per cent) non-citizens and 5,194 cases had been discharged adding to the cumulative total to 742,297 or 88.8 per cent.

However, 961 had been admitted to the Intensive Care Units (ICU) with 455 needed respiratory aids,” Dr. Noor Hisham said in a statement here today.

Dr. Noor Hisham said, 91 death cases had been recorded today bringing the death toll to 6,157 or 0.74 per cent involving 86 Malaysians and five non-citizens.

On another development, Malaysia has recorded the COVID-19 infectivity rate at 1.13 while Putrajaya 1.20; Kuala Lumpur (1.18); Selangor (1.17); Melaka (1.17); Kedah (1.14); Perak (1.11); Pahang (1.09); Sabah (1.08); Terengganu (1.08); Negeri Sembilan (1.02); Pulau Pinang (1.00); Johor (1.00); Perlis (0.96);Kelantan (0.94); Labuan (0.90) and Sarawak (0.87).

Meanwhile, the states contributing to the high new COVID-19 cases include Selangor with 4,682, Kuala Lumpur (1,247), Johor (392), Sabah (271), Sarawak(270), Negeri Sembilan (54), Pulau Pinang (243), Kelantan (150), Perak (207), Kedah (382), Melaka (278), Pahang (300), Terengganu (38), Labuan (54) Putrajaya (49) and Perlis (1) –Malaysia World News


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