Infected 7417 172
Recovered 5979 34
Active 1323 138
ICU 8 -1
Ventilator 4 0
Deaths 115 0
Last update: 25/05/2020

Cases by State

StateInfected NewInfectedDeaths
Kuala Lumpur115180717

Top 10 Red Zones

Hulu Langat, Selangor610
Petaling, Selangor425
Seremban, N.Sembilan359
Kuching, Sarawak330
Gombak, Selangor248
Kluang, Johor223
Rembau, N.Sembilan217
Klang, Selangor182
Johor Bahru, Johor168
Import Cases, N.Sembilan162

Top 10 Orange Zones

Seberang Perai Tengah, P.Pinang40
Dungun, Terengganu38
Kuala Muda, Kedah35
Besut, Terengganu35
Kuala Langat, Selangor32
Timur Laut, P.Pinang32
Alor Gajah, Melaka30
Kota Setar, Kedah28
Sabak Bernam, Selangor27
Kota Tinggi, Johor27


172 new cases reported, death toll remains at 115 (May 25)


Malaysia reported 172 more Covid-19 cases on Monday (May 25), bringing the country’s total infections to 7,417. This is the first time in three weeks that the number of reported cases have gone into three digits, with the bulk of them detected at three Immigration detention centres. Of the 172 new cases, five were imported cases while 167 were local transmissions and of the local transmissions, 159 were detected among foreigners, with 112 cases at three Immigration detention centres.

Senior minister: A million thank yous to Malaysia’s Covid-19 frontliners


Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob has expressed his gratitude to the frontliners still working on Hari Raya Aidilfitri to help curb the spread of Covid-19. He said that even during Aidilfitri celebrations, operations like public sanitation, roadblocks and patrolling still needed to be carried out by health, police, army, fire brigade and People’s Volunteer Corps (RELA) personnel in efforts to fight the pandemic. “Yesterday (May 24) was the first day of Hari Raya, yet sanitation operations continued to be carried out. It means the frontliners, including hospital personnel, are involved too, and not just the police are carrying out monitoring activities.

Authorities stop 1,243 vehicles trying to cross state lines for ‘balik kampung’, most in Selangor

Kuala Lumpur

Police ordered the drivers of 1,243 vehicles to turn around at highways yesterday after they were found to be trying to travel out of state without authorisation, Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said. Most were trying to go back to their home towns to celebrate Hari Raya Aidilfitri, he added. “If we compare this, it was more than the day before, which was 1,158 vehicles,” said in his daily security briefing today.

Infected Places

Pasar Mentakab Pahang
Pahang • Market
Map Source 11/05/20
KL MyTown Shopping Center
Kuala Lumpur • Mall
Map Source 03/05/20
Pasar Besar Seremban
N.Sembilan • Market
Map Source 03/05/20
Pasar Taman Megah, Petaling Jaya
Selangor • Market
Map Source 27/04/20
Petaling Jaya Pasar Besar Jalan Othman
Selangor • Market
Map Source 27/04/20
Kuching Simpang Tiga RHB Branch
Sarawak • Finance
Map Source 27/04/20
Taman Seri Murni Fasa 1 Apartmen
Kuala Lumpur • Residential
Map Source 20/04/20
Pizza Hut Jalan Bakri, Muar.
Johor • Private
Map Source 16/04/20
KK Pulau Gaya
Sabah • Residential
Map Source 13/04/20
Petaling Jaya Icon City Tower 3
Selangor • Residential
Map Source 12/04/20
Puchong Pangsapuri Seri Utama
Selangor • Residential
Map Source 11/04/20
The Wharf Residence
Selangor • Residential
Map Source 11/04/20
RHB Islamic Bank, Kelana Jaya
Selangor • Finance
Map Source 08/04/20
Pasar Borong Selayang Lama
Selangor • Private
Map Source 07/04/20
Kampung Dato Ibrahim Majid, Simpang Renggam
Johor • Residential
Map Source 07/04/20
Malayan Mansion
Kuala Lumpur • Residential
Map Source 07/04/20
Selangor Mansion
Kuala Lumpur • Residential
Map Source 07/04/20
Astro Outside Broadcast (OB Truck) transportation team
Kuala Lumpur • Private
Map Source 06/04/20
IKea Tebrau, Johor Bharu
Johor • Mall
Map Source 05/04/20
Cheras Alam Damai, around Jalan Damai Rasa 16
Kuala Lumpur • Residential
Map Source 03/04/20