A total of ten people consisting of one family in Perlis were infected with the PUI Sivagangga Cluster, according to a report by the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) today (7 August).
The results of the investigation found that one of the family members (case 9054, second-generation case) is a regular customer of the stall belonging to case 8976 which is the first generation case of this cluster. Then he went on to infect his other nine family members.
All ten new cases did not show any symptoms and were admitted to Tuanku Fauziah Hospital, Perlis for treatment. To date, Perlis has recorded eleven new positive cases including one case reported on 4 August 2020, a case which also came from the same family member.
Kenyataan Akhbar KKM Situasi Semasa Jangkitan Penyakit Covid-19,7 Ogos 2020.
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– 25 kes baharu (9 import, 16 tempatan) melibatkan 23 kes warganegara dan 2 kes bukan warganegara pic.twitter.com/x2czHGut3q
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