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

163 cases detected at Pasar Borong KL

Kuala Lumpur

A total of 163 confirmed Covid-19 cases have been identified at Pasar Borong Kuala Lumpur after more than a week of testing among workers at the vegetables, fruits and fish sections. Kuala Lumpur Fruits Wholesalers’ Association president Chin Nyuk Moy said test results for workers at the fruit section had been completed. "We are the last batch of workers that had undergone the testing and five of the workers here were infected with the virus.

Zahid gets tested for Covid-19

Kuala Lumpur

Umno president Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has gone for a Covid-19 test, soon after Datuk Seri Tajuddin Abdul Rahman was confirmed positive for the disease. Zahid said he did the test at Avisena hospital in Shah Alam on Wednesday (Jan 20). "At the moment, I will be under self-quarantine at home. Please pray that my whole family and I are not infected by Covid-19," the Bagan Datuk MP said. Tajuddin, the Pasir Salak MP, became the latest in a list of politicians to test positive for Covid-19.

DBKL tightens entry at KL wholesale market

Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) will tighten entry into the Kuala Lumpur wholesale market from this Friday as part of efforts to contain the Covid-19 pandemic. In a statement, DBKL said individuals dealing with shop owners, employees and wholesalers must submit a copy of their Health Ministry-certified Covid-19 screening results with a date not exceeding two weeks before they are allowed to enter. The individual must also pass a body temperature check and register using the MySejahtera application at the market entrance.

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