1 MIN READ6 locations in Malaysia identified as Covid-19 Red Zones

Fellow Malaysians, a silver lining amidst these trying times. Six locations that were considered COVID-19 red zones unveiled by the Ministry of Health of Malaysia in the earlier month of March, defined as areas which recorded more than 40 cases, had a decrease in cases. 

  1. Petaling Jaya (120 cases)*
  2. Lembah Pantai (473 cases)*
  3. Hulu Langat (130 cases)*
  4. Johor Bahru (68 cases)*
  5. Seremban (78 cases)*
  6. Titiwangsa (84 cases)*

*as of 24th April 2020.

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It also appears that cases within these COVID-19 red zones have decreased since MCO has been implemented:

  1. Gombak (45 cases)*
  2. Penang (34 cases)*
  3. Kota Bahru (8 cases)*
  4. Kluang (54 cases)*
  5. Kepong (121 cases)*
  6. Klang (69 cases)*
  7. Batu Pahat (13 cases)*
  8. Kuala Muda (23 cases)*
  9. Kinta (22 cases)*
  10. Hilir Perak (48)*
  11. Kinta (41)*

*as of 24th April 2020.

Despite the positive data, again, please take precaution and avoid travelling to the mentioned places. Take responsibility for the sake of our loved ones and fellow Malaysians. 

If you’re experiencing a runny nose, sore throat, severe coughing, high fever and difficulty in breathing – please do contact the following emergency helplines if you are experiencing these symptoms.


Click here to find out more information on COVID-19.

Source: New Straits Times

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