29 COVID 19 Red Zones in Malaysia on 23 October 2020
The new updates on the COVID-19 Red Zones in Malaysia and are 29 COVID-19 Red Zones in Malaysia as on 12 noon, 23 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.
This is the accumulative cases from 10 October to 23 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. This is increase from 26 COVID 19 Red Zones in Malaysia on 19 October 2020.
During this CMCO (Conditional Movement Control Order), the numbers are still at high three digits daily and there is high possibility of extension of CMCO. The following are the 29 COVID 19 Red Zones in Malaysia on 23 October 2020.
The 29 COVID-19 Red Zones in Malaysia
- Kota Setar Kedah – 268 cases
- Timur Laut Penang – 430 cases
- Seberang Perai Selatan Penang – 115 cases
- Larut Matang Selama Perak – 76 cases
- Petaling Selangor 492 cases
- Hulu Langat Selangor 178 cases
- Gombak Selangor 126 cases
- Klang Selangor 193 cases
- Sepang 72 cases
- Kuala Langat Selangor 98 cases
- Titiwangsa 60 cases
- Seremban 83 cases
- Labuan 129 Cases
- Beaufout Sabah 50 cases
- Kinabatangan 41 cases
- Kota Belud Sabah 118cases
- Kota Kinabalu Sabah 1774 cases
- Kunak Sabah 115 cases
- Lahad Datu Sabah 569 cases
- Papar Sabah – 248 cases
- Putatan Sabah – 207 cases
- Sandakan Sabah – 729 cases
- Semporna Sabah– 985 cases
- Tawau Sabah – 984 cases
- Ranau Sabah– 54 cases
- Tuaran Sabah – 415 cases
- Keningau – 66 cases
- Kudat Sabah 111 cases
- Penampang Sabah 228 cases
The total COVID 19 positive cases in Malaysia is 9533 cases.
Tambunan back to Yellow Zone at 39 cases and Cheras is at 37 cases too!
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 CMCO, 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. There is very high possibility of CMCO extend again so please wait for official announcement in the future.
Please take care of yourself and your loved ones during this period of time. Be safe and take care everyone. Kita Jaga Kita.