Note: There is no detailed update from KKM Melaka since 24/10/2020.
Infected 308 3
Recovered 270 275
Active 33 -2
Deaths 5 0
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Ranking District Total Active
1.Import Cases880
3.Melaka Tengah85 (+3)14
4.Alor Gajah4810


Night, morning markets in Melaka to open after traders completed Covid-19 vaccination, says CM


Night and morning markets in Melaka will only be allowed to operate after all traders and employees have received two-dose of Covid-19 vaccine, said Melaka Chief Minister Datuk Seri Sulaiman Md Ali. He said this was to ensure the safety of the public and was in line with the state government’s efforts to achieve herd immunity by October. “The state government is actively expediting vaccination of the relevant groups through the Retail Industry Vaccination Programme (RiVAC) as well as private collaboration with local authorities (PBT).

Melaka allows dine-ins, morning markets beginning today for those fully vaccinated against Covid-19


Melaka residents who have completed two doses of Covid-19 vaccination are allowed to dine-in effective today. The decision was announced by the state National Security Council (MKN) in a statement on its official Facebook page today after the Melaka Covid-19 State Special Committee meeting yesterday. Melaka MKN issued an official statement because state residents were confused about the relaxation to allow dine-in and morning markets operation in the state since yesterday.

Eight factories under 14-day TEMCO at Ayer Keroh Industrial Area in Melaka


Melaka has implemented the targeted movement control order (MCO) involving eight factories in the Ayer Keroh Industrial Area here, for 14 days, effective midnight last night. State Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) Compliance Committee chairman Ramli Mohd Ali said the targeted MCO enforced following the increase in Covid-19 positive cases in the area. He said as of yesterday, 354 workers from eight factories, 237 of whom were foreigners have tested positive for Covid-19. Ramli said five clusters involving workers at the industrial area were also detected, namely the Jalan Usaha 7 Cluster, Jalan Usaha 2 Cluster, Ayer Keroh Industrial Cluster, Jalan P1 Ayer Keroh Cluster and Jalan Sri Raya Cluster.
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia