Kuala Lumpur
01/06/2020

Note: There is no detailed update from KKM Kuala Lumpur since 01/06/2020.
Infected 2039 11
Recovered 1409 13
Active 613 -2
Deaths 17 0
Days of Zero Case x Fighting...

Total Cases

2039
Total Infected Patients

1409
69.1%

Total Recovered

17
0.8%

Total Deaths

Closed Cases

1426
Cases which had an outcome

1409
98.8%

Recovered

17
1.2%

Deaths

≥41 cases  
21-40 cases  
1-20 cases  
0 cases  
Ranking District Total Active
1.Ibu Kota456 (+8)165
2.Sri Petaling45630
3.Bukit Jalil294283
4.Kampung Bharu16634
5.Batu12624
6.Pudu111 (+1)38
7.Pandan482
8.Sentul415
9.Bukit Damansara400
10.Cheras32 (+1)6
11.Lembah Pantai282
12.Setapak231
13.Semarak221
14.Bangsar214
15.Alam Damai180
16.Bandar Tun Razak174
17.Mont Kiara161
18.Seputeh151
19.Wangsa Maju150
20.Duta142
21.Setiawangsa142
22.Sungai Besi140
23.Kepong130
24.Brickfields10 (+1)3
25.Manjalara102
26.Connaught81
27.Datuk Keramat60
28.Salak Selatan41
29.Taman Desa11

News

Chaotic crowd outside KL hotel not part of vaccination programme, says govt

Kuala Lumpur

A large crowd of people seen in a viral video queueing up without observing social distancing in front of a hotel in Kuala Lumpur supposedly to get their Covid-19 vaccination were actually there for a welfare programme, says the government. The Health Ministry said that the crowd was not there for a vaccination programme but a Bantuan Prihatin programme under the Yayasan Wilayah Persekutuan managing the Rumah Prihatin. The International Trade and Industry Ministry (Miti) and the Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry (Mosti) also said that as such, they were not the ones in charge of managing the queues of the crowd outside the hotel on Wednesday (Aug 11) morning.

3,600-8,000 Covid-19 vaccine doses to be administered daily at KLCC walk-in vaccination centre

Kuala Lumpur

About 3,600 to 8,000 vaccinations will be administered daily at the KL Convention Centre (KLCC) vaccination centre (PPV) to walk-in recipients in the Klang Valley from today to August 22. KLCC PPV3 manager Dr Zaisuria Azmi said the vaccination capacity depended on the number of people present during the operating hours from 2 pm to 8.30 pm daily. “As a start, the number of vaccinations will be 3,600 but the capacity will be increased depending on the number of attendees with a maximum of 8,000 vaccine jabs a day.

EMCO in five KL localities to end ahead of schedule on Sunday (July 11)

Kuala Lumpur

The enhanced movement control order at six localities in Kuala Lumpur will end ahead of schedule on July 11. Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said the areas are Flat Seksyen 1 and Flat Seksyen 2 in Wangsa Maju, Kampung Puah, Flat Desa Pandan (including Baiduri and Delima), Kampung Batu Muda and Taman Koperasi Polis (Phase 1). "The EMCO began at these localities on July 3, and was initially slated to end on July 16. "However, the government has decided to end it earlier on July 11," he said in a statement on Saturday (July 10).
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia