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26 COVID 19 Red Zones in Malaysia on 19 October 2020

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26 COVID 19 Red Zones in Malaysia on 19 October 2020

The new updates on the COVID-19 Red Zones in Malaysia and are 26 COVID-19 Red Zones in Malaysia as on 12 noon, 19 October 2020 as announced by Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia (KKM) or Ministry of Health Malaysia on their official Twitter account. Please take note that KKM categorised areas with 41 COVID-19 cases and above as red zones.

To be honest, we don’t really like to blog news like this as this is not good news but we do here is to inform our readers the update and the total COVID-19 Red Zones in Malaysia. If possible, we hope this will be the last round of reporting COVID 19 Red Zones in Malaysia on 19 October 2020.

This is the accumulative cases from 6 October to 19 October 2020 (12 pm noon) and this excludes ‘Imported COVID 19 cases’ from abroad, imported cases from other states and imported cases from other areas.

The 26 COVID-19 Red Zones in Malaysia

  1. Kota Setar Kedah – 810 cases
  2. Timur Laut Penang – 401 cases
  3. Seberang Perai Selatan Penang – 97 cases
  4. Larut Matang Selama Perak – 79 cases
  5. Petaling Selangor 393 cases
  6. Hulu Langat Selangor 89 cases
  7. Gombak Selangor 88 cases
  8. Klang Selangor 181 cases
  9. Kuala Langat Selangor 64 cases
  10. Labuan 78 Cases
  11. Beaufout Sabah 46 cases
  12. Keningau Sabah 55 cases
  13. Kota Belud Sabah 103 cases
  14. Kota Kinabalu Sabah 1163 cases
  15. Kunak Sabah 81 cases
  16. Kudat Sabah 47 cases
  17. Tawau Sabah – 751 cases
  18. Lahad Datu Sabah 420 cases
  19. Papar Sabah – 238 cases
  20. Semporna Sabah– 967 cases
  21. Putatan Sabah  – 175 cases
  22. Sandakan Sabah – 699 cases
  23. Tambunan Sabah – 178 cases
  24. Ranau Sabah– 54 cases
  25. Tuaran Sabah – 423
  26. Penampang Sabah 178 cases

The total COVID 19 positive cases in Malaysia is 8,242 cases.

We noted that there are many other Red Zones map out there but we published the official map from Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia (KKM) or Ministry of Health Malaysia on their official Twitter account.

During this Conditional Movement Control Order, please stay at home and follow the guidelines by the Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia (KKM). If possible, please stay put within this two to four weeks until the COVID-19 cases drop to double digit.

Please take care of yourself and your loved ones during this period of time. Be safe and take care everyone. Kita Jaga Kita.

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