KUALA LUMPUR – The Covid-19 daily positive cases nationwide showed an encouraging trend when it dropped to 10,002 cases yesterday (4 April).
According to the Director-General of Health, Tan Sri Dr. Noor Hisham Abdullah, the cumulative Covid-19 cases in the country has increased to 4,256,469 cases.
However, the daily recovery yesterday also exceeded the new cases with 23,302 recoveries or 4,041,723 cases in cumulative, a great news to the healthcare workers nationwide.
“From the number of new cases, 98 cases were imported involving four non-citizens,” he said, adding that there were 9,904 cases of local infections involving 9,588 citizens and 316 non-citizens.
236 cases required treatment at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) with 103 cases confirmed Covid-19 cases and 133 were suspected or under investigation for the disease.
Meanwhile, 140 cases required respiratory support with 55 confirmed Covid-19 cases and 85 suspected or under investigation for Covid-19.
Dr Noor Hisham also advised the public to continue to adhere to the recommendations and advice from the Ministry of Health (MOH) by avoiding crowded, congested and being at close proximity with others.
Besides that, the public is also encouraged to practise the 3W namely, Wash, Wear and Warn and always put on a face mask in the public confined areas.
“Individuals who have not received the vaccine or not infected by Covid-19 are at the highest risk of getting Covid-19.
“We advise them to register and get their vaccine immediately. Those who have registered, MOH requests you to attend the appointment to protect yourselves and your loved ones,” he said. -MalaysiaGazette