Perak
23/09/2020

Green State!
Infected 269 0
Recovered 263 0
Active 0 0
Deaths 6 0
Days of Zero Case 44 Since 10-08-2020

Total Cases

269
Total Infected Patients

263
97.8%

Total Recovered

6
2.2%

Total Deaths

Closed Cases

269
Cases which had an outcome

263
97.8%

Recovered

6
2.2%

Deaths

≥41 cases  
21-40 cases  
1-20 cases  
0 cases  
Ranking District Total Active
1.Kinta1040
2.Hilir Perak660
3.Manjung250
4.Kerian220
5.Larut, Matang, Selama190
6.Perak Tengah110
7.Hulu Perak60
8.Kuala Kangsar50
9.Muallim50
10.Batang Padang40
11.Kampar20

News

Perak NGO to have food distribution programme to assist B40 affected by Covid-19

Perak

The lives of many have drastically changed following the Covid-19 pandemic, complicated by the necessary implementation of the movement control order (MCO) which saw many lose their jobs. With this in mind, non-governmental organisation Perak Women for Women (PWW) is starting a food distribution programme to assist those affected especially those in the B40 category. PWW co-founder Yip Siew Keen said the organisation had been deluged with calls from the people asking for help following the MCO.

Perak Health Department tracing close contacts of virus positive nurse

Perak

The Perak State Health Department (JKN) is tracing and conducting Covid-19 screenings on all close contacts including patients who were treated by a healthcare worker at a clinic here. State Health director Datuk Dr Ding Lay Ming said the measure was taken after the staff was detected positive yesterday. She said the nurse was tested after she showed symptoms of respiratory tract infection at a health clinic on Wednesday, before a Covid-19 Real-Time Reverse Transcription-Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) test was found positive the next day.

Months after lockdown, Ipoh reawakens... slowly

Perak

Certain parts of Ipoh’s Old Town like Concubine Lane and its surrounds are slowly reawakening after months of lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Weekends and public holidays used to see these places packed with tourists but during the lockdown, the whole area was deserted. A recent check by Malay Mail showed that the tourist spots in Ipoh Old Town and Taman Jubilee, where the city’s most popular food streets are located, are getting visitors again... even on weekdays.

Infected Places

#NameTypeState
1

Hospital Seri Manjung

26/03/20
Map Source
HospitalPerak
2

Teluk Intan Fire and Rescue Station

25/03/20
Map Source
GovernmentPerak
3

Teluk Intan Hospital

23/03/20
Map Source
HospitalPerak
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia