Malaysia has 31 cases today. 28 are local transmissions whereas 3 are imported. In the last 24 hours, there are 7 recoveries and 0 deaths recorded.
Death Rate May Rise In the Next 2 Months
Today, WHO has announced that there is a foreseeable spike in Covid-19 cases in the next 2 months. As a result, death rate will also increase.
“It’s going to get tougher. In October, November, we are going to see more mortality,” said the WHO Europe director Hans Kluge.
With no signs of a successful vaccine in sight, it is hard to say that we can fully recover from the outbreak by year end. Besides, different population groups may need different vaccines. Hence, it will be a logistical nightmare! (Can you imagine CHAOS in the hospital?
Besides these countries above, Malaysia is also in the same ship as them when Lahad Datu, Sabah reported a surge in new infections for the past few days. Though the infections are mainly from a detention centre, many people are concerned if it will arrive at West Malaysia in the next 2 months.
(We spending the last quarter of 2020 like....)
Guess chilling at home is the best way for now....
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