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 Kota456165
2.Sri Petaling45630
3.Bukit Jalil294283
4.Kampung Bharu16634
5.Batu12624
6.Pudu11138
7.Pandan482
8.Sentul415
9.Bukit Damansara400
10.Cheras326
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.Brickfields103
25.Manjalara102
26.Connaught81
27.Datuk Keramat60
28.Salak Selatan41
29.Taman Desa11

News

Nine KL premises advised to comply with RMCO SOPs, says senior minister

Kuala Lumpur

Nine business premises were advised to comply with recovery movement control order (RMCO) standard operating procedures (SOPs) yesterday, Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said. He said another 1,359 were found to be obeying the set SOPs during inspections carried out by Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry (KPDNHEP) enforcement teams.

Covid-19 gave Malaysian rubber products a lift, govt data shows

Kuala Lumpur

While many other industries were crippled by the coronavirus pandemic and the government’s movement control order (MCO), Malaysia’s rubber sector gained an unexpected boost. Exports of Malaysian rubber gloves and standard rubber have been particularly healthy since March, the Department of Statistics Malaysia (DOSM) reported today.

'Address the concerns over students' return to schools'

Kuala Lumpur

Social activist Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye has raised concerns over inculcating new norms relating to challenges of infectious diseases, particularly among pre-schoolers and primary school students. Lee, who is the Alliance for Safe Community chairman, said parents and school teachers were worried about the challenges of instilling discipline in their students to adhere to standard operating procedures (SOP).

Infected Places

#NameTypeState
1

KL MyTown Shopping Center

03/05/20
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MallKuala Lumpur
2

Taman Seri Murni Fasa 1 Apartmen

20/04/20
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ResidentialKuala Lumpur
3

Selangor Mansion

07/04/20
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ResidentialKuala Lumpur
4

Malayan Mansion

07/04/20
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ResidentialKuala Lumpur
5

Astro Outside Broadcast (OB Truck) transportation team

06/04/20
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PrivateKuala Lumpur
6

Cheras Alam Damai, around Jalan Damai Rasa 16

03/04/20
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ResidentialKuala Lumpur
7

Pasar Borong Kuala Lumpur

02/04/20
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OthersKuala Lumpur
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia