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Putrajaya
01/06/2020

Note: There is no detailed update from KKM Putrajaya since 01/06/2020.
Infected 97 0
Recovered 90 1
Active 6 -1
Deaths 1 0
Days of Zero Case 1 Since 24-11-2020

Total Cases

97
Total Infected Patients

90
92.8%

Total Recovered

1
1%

Total Deaths

Closed Cases

91
Cases which had an outcome

90
98.9%

Recovered

1
1.1%

Deaths

≥41 cases  
21-40 cases  
1-20 cases  
0 cases  
Ranking District Total Active
1.Presint 1362
2.Presint 8130
3.Presint 11120
4.Presint 15120
5.Presint 1450
6.Presint 352
7.Presint 540
8.Presint 1030
9.Presint 1731
10.Presint 620
11.Presint 710
12.Presint 911
13.Presint 1200
14.Presint 1300
15.Presint 1600
16.Presint 1800
17.Presint 1900
18.Presint 200
19.Presint 2000
20.Presint 400

News

RMCO still requires public to comply with SOPs

Putrajaya

The public is reminded to continue exercising self-discipline in carrying out preventive measures against Covid-19 as the country enters the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) tomorrow. Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said business operators and customers need to maintain social distancing and good personal hygiene. He said the police, as well as the task force teams in districts, would focus on standard operating procedure compliance at business premises and public places.

Health DG: Covid-19 case in Likas hospital is an eight-month-old girl

Putrajaya

The Covid-19 case in the Women and Children Hospital in Likas involves an eight-month-old girl, says Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah. He said the case was detected before the girl was supposed to undergo surgery. He added that the Ministry was currently conducting active contact tracing for this case. "We will screen those who have been exposed to the patient. The investigation is ongoing, we just got the report and the progress is ongoing in terms of looking into the cause," he said.

Senior minister says compounds will be issued against SOP violators during RMCO period

Putrajaya

Compounds will still be issued during the Recovery movement control order (RMCO) period which will begin this Wednesday, said Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob. He said the provisions under the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988 (Act 342) were still in force during the RMCO period. Ismail Sabri said although there would be no more roadblocks and interstate travel restrictions during that period, the public is still required to adhere to the standard operating procedure (SOP) set.

Infected Places

#NameTypeState
1

Putrajaya Hospital

25/03/20
Map Source
HospitalPutrajaya
2

Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission HQ

11/03/20
Map Source
GovernmentPutrajaya
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia