IT”S clear and crisp!
In making this call, Ministry of Health Director-General Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said all concerned must play a role in taking advantage of this “small window of opportunity”.
This comes about after 17 positive cases were identified from the Menara City One condominium block in Jalan Munshi Abdullah in the city centre.
All 3,200 residents in the 302-unit block are now expected to undergo screening to separate other potential positive cases.
Meanwhile, 156 new cases and three deaths were reported up to noon Monday, and the highest number of patients discharged – 91 – recorded.
“The patients discharged Monday brings to 479, the total number of complete recoveries,” Dr Noor Hisham told a daily press conference telecast live.
There are currently 94 patients being treated at Intensive Care Units (ICUs) and of this number, 62 require ventilator support.
Dr Noor Hisham said the total number of cases nationwide was 2,626, and deaths were 37 deaths.
“The 35th death (case no.1,952) was that of a Malaysian woman aged 57 years with a history of diabetes.”
He also reminded Malaysians with recent travel history overseas they should remain self-isolated round-the-clock for 14 days.