PUTRAJAYA, June 9 (Bernama) — Malaysia today reported another seven new cases of COVID-19, its second consecutive day of single digits, with no local transmissions involving Malaysians, said Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
He said the seven new cases brought the cumulative figure to 8,336.
“Six of the new cases were imported ones which were infected overseas while one case was a local transmission involving a migrant worker (tested in preparation to return to work).
“I am glad to announce that there were no local transmissions involving Malaysians today,” he said at a daily COVID-19 press conference here today.
He said the number of active cases with infectivity was 1,244, and all of them have been isolated for treatment.
Malaysia also recorded seven new cases yesterday, the lowest since the imposition of the Movement Control Order (MCO) on March 18.