Based on KKM’s latest update, there are 41 new cases today (15 June), bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 8,494. From those numbers, a total of 7,400 patients have been cured and discharged, including today’s 54 patients.
Thankfully, there are no deaths as of today, keeping the number of casualties to 121.
Out of the 41 new cases reported today, 3 cases are imported cases, whereas 32 cases are of foreigners and the remaining 6 cases are local Malaysians.
As we transition into the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO), we should still follow the standards of procedures in place to help ensure that a second outbreak does not happen.
This means who should maintain practising social distancing, wearing masks in public and avoiding crowded places.
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