Malaysia’s new confirmed cases in a single day hit a new high for two consecutive days

Source Title: the number of new confirmed cases in Malaysia reached a new high for two consecutive days

Kuala Lumpur novel coronavirus pneumonia, China News Agency, January, 30 (reporter Chen Yue) 30 Malaysia health ministry announced that as of noon 12, the country had added 5728 cases of new crown pneumonia in the past 24 hours. This is the new confirmed cases in Ma’s single day. After breaking through 5000 cases for the first time on the 29th, it reached a new high in a row. Selangor, Malaysia’s most populous and economically developed state, added 3285 new confirmed cases on the 30th, breaking through 3000 new confirmed cases on a single day for the second consecutive day. Malaysia's new confirmed cases in a single day hit a new high for two consecutive days on January 13, local time, Malaysia implemented the second movement restriction order nearly 10 months after Kuala Lumpur and other state and federal regions, limiting the number of people traveling, the scope of activities, banning group gatherings and restricting commercial operation. The picture shows that at about 5 pm, there are few vehicles in the central area of Kuala Lumpur during rush hours. According to Chen Yue, a reporter from China News Agency, the official of Selangor state pointed out on the 30th that an important reason for the sharp increase of newly diagnosed cases in Selangor state on the 29th is that there are institutions in the state concealing cases or medical institutions delaying the notification of cases, and some cases are delayed for 10 days;. He said that Selangor would punish these institutions and suggested that the federal government take action against enterprises that conceal cases and refuse to investigate the epidemic. Mazam health minister Azam said on the same day that the Malaysian government is revising relevant laws and regulations to authorize local government officials to issue tickets for those who violate epidemic control measures. After the amendment of the law, the general practitioners in private hospitals will be forced to report confirmed cases in time, and the general practitioners in private hospitals will be authorized to issue home isolation orders for suspected cases, so as to strengthen the community medical force and reduce the infection rate. Up to now, novel coronavirus pneumonia has been confirmed in 209661 cases in Malaysia, and 746 cases have died. (end)

Kuala Lumpur novel coronavirus pneumonia, China News Agency, January, 30 (reporter Chen Yue) 30 Malaysia health ministry announced that as of noon 12, the country had added 5728 cases of new crown pneumonia in the past 24 hours. This is the new confirmed cases in Ma’s single day. After breaking through 5000 cases for the first time on the 29th, it reached a new high in a row.

Selangor, Malaysia’s most populous and economically developed state, added 3285 new confirmed cases on the 30th, breaking through 3000 new confirmed cases on a single day for the second consecutive day.

Malaysia's new confirmed cases in a single day hit a new high for two consecutive days

On January 13 local time, Malaysia implemented the second movement restriction order nearly 10 months after Kuala Lumpur and other state and federal regions, limiting the number of people traveling, the scope of activities, banning group gatherings and restricting commercial operation. The picture shows that at about 5 pm, there are few vehicles in the central area of Kuala Lumpur during rush hours. Photo by China News Agency reporter Chen Yue

An important reason for the sharp increase in new confirmed cases in Selangor on the 29th is that there are institutions in the state concealing cases or medical institutions delaying the notification of cases, the official of Selangor said on the 30th;. He said that Selangor would punish these institutions and suggested that the federal government take action against enterprises that conceal cases and refuse to investigate the epidemic.

Mazam health minister Azam said on the same day that the Malaysian government is revising relevant laws and regulations to authorize local government officials to issue tickets for those who violate epidemic control measures. After the amendment of the law, the general practitioners in private hospitals will be forced to report confirmed cases in time, and the general practitioners in private hospitals will be authorized to issue home isolation orders for suspected cases, so as to strengthen the community medical force and reduce the infection rate.

Up to now, novel coronavirus pneumonia has been confirmed in 209661 cases in Malaysia, and 746 cases have died. (end)

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