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Here Is A List Of All Places In Malaysia With Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

Here Is A List Of All Places In Malaysia With Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

Tasneem Nazari

DISCLAIMER: We have decided to stop updating this page because there are now too many confirmed locations. Do refer to our designated Covid-19 information page. We have more stats there and a map with all the confirmed locations, even new ones.


While local health authorities work hard to contain and prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), several locations across the country have shut their doors, disinfected their premises and urged their staff to work from home.

At the moment, the Klang Valley has the highest numbers of locations with confirmed cases.

Considering the fact that there is a tonne of dodgy WhatsApp messages going around claiming that this place and the other have all been exposed to the coronavirus. we thought we’d make a fact-checked list for you to refer to before you leave your house.

We’ll continuously keep this list updated as well.

Kuala Lumpur

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Pantai Medical Centre [27 February]

A Japanese woman who tested positive (case 24) sought treatment here before she was diagnosed on 27 February. Her hospital roommate and a nurse in contact with her became infected.

All affected areas of the hospital were sanitised before being reopened.

Menara UEM, KL Sentral [2 March]

A senior Khazanah personnel (case 26) tested positive on 1 March. Since the Khazanah’s offices is located in Menara UEM, the management decided to vacate the office to allow cleaning activities to take place on 1 and 2 March.

All staff were informed to work from home for the day and the office was reopened on 3 March.

Wisma Felcra [3 March]

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A board member tested positive on 4 March. The patient was last seen at Wisma Felcra on 25 February. The building was subsequently closed for cleaning between 4 and 6 March.

All staff who had been in close contact with the board member were sent for medical screening and self-quarantined while they awaited test results.

The patient had reportedly been in close contact with the senior Khazanah personnel (case 26).

Ancasa Hotel, Jalan Sultan [4 March]

The senior Khazanah personnel (case 26) is also a UDA Holdings board member. Before testing positive, the patient had also attended an event at the UDA-owned hotel.

The hotel was sanitised on 3 March and the hotel management started conducting temperature screening at the lobby.

Pertama Complex [4 March]

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UDA Holdings HQ is located in Pertama Complex. In response to case 26, the UDA management decided to have the office sanitised as well.

Taman Desa Medical Centre [5 March]

A patient was tested positive at the hospital on 4 March. The patient was then transferred to Hospital Kuala Lumpur for further treatment.

All health care workers in contact with the patient have been identified for screening and the general ward was closed for sanitation works.

Bukit Gembira Condominium, Kuchai Lama [5 March]

The building’s management posted a notice that a resident of the condo was confirmed positive on 5 March.

The management had all door handles, lift car and buttons and other surfaces in common areas disinfected.

Wisma MCA, Jalan Ampang [6 March]

An attendee of the Kuala Lumpur Bar AGM held there on 27 February tested positive on 7 March.

The building’s management disinfected the auditorium, elevators and offices in the building. They also started temperature screening all visitors

Menara Maybank, Jalan Tun Perak [8 March]

An employee tested positive on 8 March. The patient had been on quarantine since 1 March.

All affected areas of the building were sanitised and then operations continued as per normal.

A-Saloon+, Melawati Mall [10 March]

The saloon announced on 10 March that one of their customers had tested positive. The customer had visited the saloon on 2 March.

The saloon operations have been suspended temporarily and the premises and equipment have been disinfected while all their staff have been sent for health screening.

EPF outlet, Jalan Raja Laut [10 March]

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An EPF member who visited the outlet on 27 February tested positive on 3 March. All staff in close contact with the patient has been tested while others have been quarantined.

The branch was closed until 13 March for disinfection and is to be reopened on 16 March.

SJK (C) Kuen Cheng [10 March]

The school informed parents in a letter on 10 March that one of the other parents had tested positive. The infected parent had been on self-quarantine since 4 March.

The school had the premise sanitised on the same day and started temperature screening all those entering the school. All school gatherings up until 5 April have also been cancelled.

Sunway Putra Mall [11 March]

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The mall management announced that one of their employees tested positive on 11 March.

They have disinfected their premises and increased frequency of such processes on a daily basis. Staff who had close contact with the patient have been asked to observe a self-quarantine.

Menara TH Perdana [11 March]

A Suhakam commissioner tested positive and the Suhakam office was closed for cleaning from 11 March to 13 March.

All staff were told to work from home while anyone who had contact with Suhakam between 2 March and 11 March have been advised to contact MOH for screening.

Public Works Department office (JKR) [11 March]

The department released a statement confirming that one of their employees had tested positive on 8 March. The patient has been isolated and is now receiving treatment at Hospital Kuala Lumpur.

All other employees who had close contact with the patient have been screened on 11 March and told to work from home while they await the results.

The department has since disinfected the premises.

SMK Bandar Tun Hussein Onn 2 [11 March]

A student tested positive on 11 March. The school has tested all the student’s classmates and teachers on 12 and 13 March and both groups have been told to self-quarantine for 14 days. Examinations for the student’s year have also been postponed to 23 March after the end of the school holidays.

Securities Commission HQ [12 March]

The Securities Commission Malaysia has confirmed that an independent board member tested positive. The patient is currently being treated at the Sungai Buloh hospital.

The company has ruled that all employees would work from home from 13 March to 16 March whole the office is closed for deep cleaning.

Menara SSM [13 March]

A member of the Malaysia Competition Commission (MyCC) tested positive and is currently receiving treatment at Sungai Buloh Hospital. MyCC could not confirm if the infection occurred as early as 29 February, but stated that the patient has not visited MyCC since that date.

MyCC is working on identifying employees who had been in close contact with the patient for screening. They also urged participants of the Workshop on Recent Competition Issues held at Corus Hotel on 4 March to seek treatment if they develop symptoms.

La Grande Kiara, Mont Kiara [13 March]

The building’s management announced in a circular that one of their residents had tested positive on 13 March.

They have since disinfected all lifts and common areas of the building.

Universiti Malaya [15 March]

The university confirmed that a guest speaker who gave a talk on 28 February tested positive on 6 March. The speaker had presented at the Tun Suffian Auditorium at the university’s Law Faculty.

The university has since closed the venue for disinfection.

Babel Gym, Menara Ken, TTDI [16 March]

The gym management announced that one of their members has tested positive. The member last visited the gym on 4 March.

The gym has conducted club-wide disinfection on 13 March, while the building management has done the same in all common areas. They have also started temperature screening all visitors.

Velesto Energy Berhad, KL Sentral [18 March]

A chairman of the company has tested positive.

Although the patient has not visited their offices or met any employees since 26 February, the company has undertaken the necessary precautionary and hygiene measures at its Kuala Lumpur office as well as initiated a work-from-home programme for their staff.

Wisma Bernama [17 March]

An employee working at level 15 of the building tested positive. The building management closed the entire 15th floor for disinfection works.

Seri Maya Condominium [18 March]

The building management posted a notice stating that a resident in Block D tested positive. Sanitisation of the building was then conducted by the Ministry of Health.

Institut Sukan Negara and Majlis Sukan Negara [17 March]

Director-General of the National Sports Council decided to quarantine 37 athletes, 10 sports officials and close the institute after national athlete Jackie Wong tested positive.

These athletes and officials will be tested for the virus. Meanwhile, all facilities used Jackie have been disinfected, while all athletes and coaches that did not have close contact with Jackie have been sent home.

Menara TM One [20 March]

TM announced that one of its employees based at Menara TM One is now being tested for COVID-19. The employee has been on leave since 11 March and is currently receiving medical care at an unnamed government hospital.

The building has been put into lockdown for disinfection work. Contract tracing has also been performed by MOH and TM’s internal COVID-19 Response Team for further actions.

MIMOS Berhad [19 March]

The company confirmed that an employee based at its office in Technology Park Malaysia, Bukit Jalil has tested positive on 18 March. The 28-year old patient sought treatment after developing symptoms and is currently admitted at Hospital Kuala Lumpur.

All employees who had contact with the patient have been told to get screened and self-quarantine. As a precautionary measure, the company has temporarily closed their KL office and the one in Kulim Hi-Tech Park, Kedah. All entry to MIMOS until 31 March.

MIMOS Berhad also advises anyone who visited their office between 2 and 12 March to seek medical care if they develop symptoms.

Menara Bank Islam [22 March]

The bank in a statement confirmed that an employee based at Menara Bank Islam has tested positive. The patient and his immediate family have been under home quarantine since March 19 and now the patient is undergoing treatment at a government hospital.

The bank has identified individuals who had direct contact with the patient and advised them to undergo medical screening and home quarantine. The bank has also conducted thorough sterilisation and disinfection of Menara Bank Islam, including its common facilities. There will be no disruption of service at Menara Bank Islam.

Mesra Terrace [19 March]

A resident tested positive on 9 March and is being treated at Hospital Sungai Buloh.

Some facilities of the building have been suspended for sanitation work.

Leafz Condominium [21 March]

A resident on level 27 of Block A had tested positive after travelling abroad and attending a gathering. The patient was picked up by MOH.

The management shut off the lift used by the tenant and disinfected the whole block and affected levels.

Dataran Maybank, Bangsar [22 March]

The bank confirmed that an employee tested positive and is currently receiving treatment at a government hospital. The employee was unwell on 18 March after being exposed to an infected family member on the same day and immediately self quarantined.

All employees who had close contact with the patient is being screened and quarantined. Meanwhile, the bank has been practising routine sanitising of its offices since the outbreak.

MH Platinum Residence [22 March]

The management announced that a resident who lives on Level 10 of the building tested positive and was sent to Hospital Kuala Lumpur for treatment.

All lifts, lobbies, lift buttons, door handles and other common areas have since been disinfected.

EXSIM Petalz Residence [22 March]

A resident on level 30 who had just returned from a trip to the UK tested positive. The patient was picked up by MOH on 21 March.

The entire premises was sanitised while the lift used by the patient was shut down.

KL Sentral [24 March]

A passenger of the electric train service (ETS) reportedly passed away on 23 March due to COVID-19. The passenger took train No. 9173 from the Butterworth Station to the Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station on 7 March.

KTM had immediately stopped the rail service and complete disinfection had been undertaken on the train and further done to all ETS trains as a precautionary measure.

All company employees who were on the train and the stations involved had also been instructed to undergo health screening tests.

Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) has called upon all passengers on board the train No. 9173 to undergo immediate health screening at the nearest hospital for possible Covid-19 infection.

Bukit Damansara [25 March]

Three families living in the area tested positive after returning from holiday on 11 March. The three families include a retired major and his wife, a doctor and another couple.

The local mosque urged members of their congregation to quarantine and get screened if they had close contact with the families and started showing symptoms.

Istana Negara [24 March]

Seven Istana Negara staff tested positive and are now receiving treatment at Hospital Kuala Lumpur. The King and Queen have since been screened and tested negative. They are now being self-quarantining for 14 days.

Ben’s Independent Grocer, Plaza Batai [25 March]

A customer who had visited the store at 10am on 23 March had tested positive. The company has started taking daily temperature checks on customers and employees, daily sanitisation and disinfection of store surfaces, social distancing and having all customer-facing staff wear face masks and gloves.

The company also closed the affected branch for one day to conduct deep cleaning and disinfection.

Masjid As-Sobirin, Lembah Keramat [25 March]

Lieutenant Colonel Rahmad Said (R) who died of Covid-19 on 24 March was a congregational member of this mosque and visited the mosque frequently.

7-Eleven, Jalan Bunus [29 March]

A staff member of the outlet tested positive and is currently receiving treatment at an undisclosed hospital. All those in direct contact with the affected staff member have been placed under home quarantine and screened.

The health ministry and the company are also working on identifying from where the staff member contracted the virus. The company has been regularly sanitising their stores, enforcing personal hygiene protocols for staff members and implementing social distancing measures in-store for customers. 

Alliance Bank, TTDI [30 March]

An employee at its Damansara Uptown branch has tested positive and is currently receiving medical attention at a local hospital. The staff member had also serviced the Taman Tun Dr Ismail and Kota Damansara branches.

They have initiated a contact tracing exercise and notified all other employees and customers who may have had close contact with the affected employee. These employees underwent testing for Covid-19 and were put on quarantine.

All three branches were closed for a thorough sanitisation.

Menara City One [30 March]

17 Covid-19 cases were traced to the condominium. Authorities have since ordered an enhanced MCO (EMCO) on the building. The EMCO will last until 13 April and affect 3,200 residents in 502 condominium units as well as business premises located in the building.

Foodpanda Corporate Office, The Vertical Corporate Towers [31 March]

The company confirmed that two of its employees at their corporate office tested positive and currently receiving treatment at Hospital Sungai Buloh.

Since then, all Foodpanda employees have been put under quarantine and screened. Their corporate office has also been closed in line with the MCO and deep cleaning of the office has been done.

Within the rider team, there have been no suspected or confirmed cases.

CIMB, Menara UAB [31 March]

An employee of the Menara UAB branch tested positive and is currently being treated at a government hospital.

Contact tracing is being conducted and all those in direct contact with the affected employee will be placed under home quarantine until given the appropriate medical clearance. The branch has been closed to undergo a thorough sanitisation and deep cleaning. 

Verve Suites, Mont Kiara [1 April]

The management posted a notice saying that a resident in Block B tested positive. All commonly touched surfaces have been sanitised.

Madrasatul Islamiah, Cheras [1 April]

The mosque committee sent a message to the congregation informing of a person who had prayed at the mosque has tested positive.

Those who joined congregational prayer on Mar 10-18 were advised to contact the mosque committee.

Villa Wangsamas [16 March]

A resident at Block E tested positive on 16 March and is currently receiving treatment at Hospital Kuala Lumpur.

All lift doors and buttons, door handles and common areas have been sanitised.

Residensi Vogue 1, KL Eco City [24 March]

A resident of block A level 10 tested positive, the management office said. All common areas are sanitised and the lift used by the patient was shut down.

Wisma Bumi Raya [25 March]

The building management notice confirmed a positive case on Level 19. Sanitation was done for the specific office and common areas of the lifts, lobby and restrooms.

Pasar Borong Kuala Lumpur [2 April]

Two vegetable traders tested positive but the source of the infection is unclear. Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has decided to close the market on 3 April to carry out sanitisation work.

Selangor

Subang Jaya Medical Centre [3 March]

The hospital has had three confirmed cases. The first two cases were treated at the ER Department while the third case was a staff member who came into contact with the second patient in the ER.

The ER was temporarily closed for disinfection and reopened on the same day. Screening stations were set up at all entry points of the hospital and triage areas were placed outside the ER to manage suspected cases.

Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe [6 March

Three church members have tested positive. The first patient tested positive on March 5. The other two church members that tested positive had sat next to the first patient or traveled in the same car with them between February 29 and 1 March.

The church was sanitised before reopening.

Brainy Bunch, Bukit Kinrara [6 March]  

One of their student’s parent tested positive on 6 March. The parent is reportedly an employee at the Ministry of Finance.

The school immediately called parents to pick up their kids and the school was shut temporarily.

Koi Kinrara Suites, Puchong [9 March]

(Credit: Koi Kinrara)

The building management announced on 9 March that a resident tested positive.

All door handles, lift buttons and affected common areas have been disinfected.

Fitness First, IOI Mall Puchong [9 March]  

The gym management sent an email to all its members saying that the outlet would be closed on 8 and 9 March for disinfection activities.

This was in response to the fact that one of their gym members had tested positive and visited the gym within the previous fortnight.

KDU Glenmarie Campus [9 March]

An off-campus student tested positive on 9 March. The student had been quarantined since 1 March.

As a precautionary measure, all affected areas of campus were been sanitised.

Hong Leong Assurance HQ, Section 51a, PJ [9 March]

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An employee of Hong Leong MSIG Takaful Bhd self-quarantined on 2 March after showing symptoms and was confirmed positive on 6 March.

All staff in direct contact with the employee have been self-quarantined while the building management disinfected all affected areas such as the prayer room, restroom, and cafeteria on 7 and 8 March.

Everyone entering the building is now being temperature screened.

Masjid Sri Petaling [10 March

Two attendees of a religious event (ijtimak tabligh) held at the mosque from 28 February to 1 March tested positive. One patient was from Brunei, and the other from Pahang. Both became the first case in their respective hometowns.

More than 10,000 people attended this event and health authorities are trying to track the attendees down to be tested.

Plaza 33 [10 March]

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An insurance agent who attended a training session at the AIA office in Plaza 33 on 4 March tested positive.

All door handles, lift buttons and affected areas in the building have been sanitised.

SJK (C) Batu 11 Cheras [10 March]

A student tested positive on 10 March. The student had been absent from school since 4 March.

Classmates and teachers have been tested and are awaiting results. The school was disinfected on 10 March and the premises has been regularly disinfected since the beginning of March.

The school was open between 10 March to 14 March and then closed when school holidays started.

Sirim HQ, Section 2, Shah Alam [11 March]

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The agency announced on 11 March that an employee tested positive.

All staff in contact with the employee was placed under self-quarantine and all affected areas of the building and compound have been sanitised.

All visitors are also temperature screened at the entrance.

REAL Kids, Evolve Concept Mall Ara Damansara [11 March]

A teacher tested positive on 10 March. The teacher had been warded since 7 March. Family members of the teacher had reportedly been in close contact with another COVID-19 patient.

The school branch was closed from 11 to 13 March and continued to be closed throughout the school holidays.

Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) HQ [11 March]

An employee tested positive on 11 March. The patient is currently receiving medical treatment at Hospital Sungai Buloh. She had been under a home-quarantine for 14 days since 4 March after her husband had been in contact with another confirmed case.

Those identified to have been in direct contact with her have been put on home quarantine and undergone medical screening on 11 March.

To secure its premises, MCMC started temperature screening at the main entrance and conducted sanitisation and cleaning work of the building on 5 and 6 March.

Sinar Harian Office [12 March]

Bandar Kuching MP Kelvin Yii tested positive on 17 March. On 12 March, he gave a talk at Sinar Harian offices after having contact with Sarikei MP Wong Ling on 2 March.

Surau Khalid al-Walid, IPK Selangor [17 March]

Three senior police officers have been put under quarantine and sent for screening after having close contact at a mosque with someone who subsequently tested positive.

Standard Chartered Petaling Jaya [18 March]

The bank released a statement saying that an employee of the branch tested positive. The employee had not visited any of the bank’s branches since 28 February when they went on leave.

The patient had travelled abroad and self-quarantined upon returning to the country on 13 March and was tested after developing symptoms.

All the bank’s branches and office premises have and will continue to be regularly disinfected as the business continues as normal.

Damansara Utama Methodist Church (DUMC) [21 March]

Three members of the church, including Pastor Datuk Daniel Ho’s wife, have been tested positive. The church is now working together with MOH to trace those who might’ve been in contact with the trio recently.

In a statement, the Pastor explained that he too has been screened and fortunately tested negative.

Rose Vista Condominium [18 March]

The building’s management office confirmed in a notice that a resident of the condominium has tested positive and was sent for treatment at Hospital Sungai Buloh.

The management has since cleaned all common areas with bleach and will control the entry of non-residents into the premises.

Klinik Siti Taman Perwira, Sijangkang [18 March]

A patient who sought treatment at the clinic tested positive. The patient had visited the clinic between 8.25pm and 9.15pm on 16 March.

The clinic urges everyone who may have been at the clinic during that time to self-quarantine and contact health officials or visit the nearest health clinic if you develop symptoms.

The clinic has been disinfected and staff members are being screened.

Poliklinik Sijangkang [18 March]

A patient who sought treatment at this clinic has tested positive. The patient is being treated at Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah, Klang.

The patient is also a committee member of a nearby mosque. The mosque committee has urged anyone who had contact with the committee member to self-quarantine and get screened if they develop symptoms.

Masjid Jamiatul Ehsan [18 March]

A committee member of the mosque has tested positive and is currently receiving treatment at Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah, Klang. He is the same patient who sought treatment at the Sijangkang polyclinic.

The mosque committee has advised anyone who had contact with the patient to self-quarantine and get screened if they develop any symptoms.

Ebor Toll Plaza (inbound) [18 March]

PLUS Malaysia Bhd has confirmed that a staff member working at the Ebor plaza toll has tested positive. The employee, a customer relations assistant, is currently being treated at a government hospital.

PLUS has ordered all staff members in contact with the patient to get screened and quarantined. Meanwhile, they have disinfected and cleaned the toll plaza.

The Ebor toll plaza entrance, heading towards the Elite highway was temporarily closed on 19 March for cleaning and sanitising.

Masjid Al Munawarah [15 March]

A congregation member has tested positive after returning from a holiday in Vietnam.

The mosque will still recite the azan, congregational prayers at the mosque are discouraged for the time being and the mosque will be closed to the public.

The mosque has since been sanitised.

Sime Darby HQ [19 March]

The company chairman and group chief executive officer (CEO) have tested positive. The CEO is currently being treated under quarantine and has not visited any of the group’s premises in the past 16 days.

Employees known to have been in contact with the CEO have been placed on self-quarantine and screened. All premises have been closed since the MCO has been in effect.

Shell, Sungai Ramal [21 March]

A retailer tested positive on 21 March and is currently receiving medical attention.

The site was closed and the station was thoroughly disinfected. All personnel on-site who had contact with the patient have been tested.

Pediatric ward, Selayang Hospital [21 March]

Two personnel of the pediatric ward have tested positive. The hospital has closed the wards of the pediatric department and will not be taking new patients in that ward.

Mutiara Damansara PJU 7, Phase 10 [22 March]

A resident, along with his wife and child tested positive. The resident reportedly attended an Annual General Meeting of the residence on 15 March.

The management urges anyone who was exposed to the patient to self-quarantine and get screened if they develop symptoms.

Ritze Perdana 2 [21 March]

A resident who had recently returned from Germany tested positive on 19 March. The patient was sent to Hospital Sungai Buloh for treatment.

The management had the affected areas, including the floor where the resident’s unit is located, disinfected and arranged for all common facilities to be cleaned on a daily basis.

UiTM Shah Alam [22 March]

A student has tested positive and is currently receiving treatment at Hospital Kuala Lumpur. The student reportedly was infected by his father who also tested positive.

The father was infected after being exposed to his relative who was an attendee of the religious event at Masjid Sri Petaling.

The student last attended class on 15 March. Those identified to have been in close contact with the patient has been screened and quarantined. Meanwhile, all affected areas and classrooms have been disinfected.

Kolej Canselor, Universiti Putra Malaysia [21 March]

A staff of Kolej Canselor has tested positive on 21 March.

The university has closed the Kolej Canselor bilik gerakan to be disinfected. Everyone who visited the room is urged to quarantine and get screened.

Masjid Al-Umm, Bangi [23 March]

A couple who had their marriage solemnized at the mosque on 6 March tested positive on 18 March. Later, a guest at their wedding also tested positive.

The Ustaz who officiated the marriage, as well as the mosque committee members and staff, have all been screened and quarantined and tested negative.

As a precaution, the mosque has been disinfected.

Fakulti Kejuruteraan, Universiti Putra Malaysia [25 March]

A student of the faculty tested positive. The student was a guest at a wedding ceremony on 6 March where the bride and groom also tested positive (on 18 March).

After the wedding, the student had attended a lecture in the faculty with 23 other students. All students and staff who believe they may have had contact with the student are advised to contact MOH.

Serdang Villa Apartment [24 March]

A resident of Block A, Level 6 tested positive and is currently receiving treatment at Hospital Sungai Buloh.

All non-essential common facilities have been closed and the common areas were disinfected on 27 March.

Aragreens Residences [27 March]

A resident of Tower B tested positive and was taken by ambulance on 26 March for treatment. Prior to that, the resident had been on self-quarantine.

All common facilities had been sanitised while the affected residential unit was “discreetly sealed”.

Kuala Lumpur International Airport [28 March]

A Malaysian student tested positive after returning from London. He reportedly exhibited symptoms prior to boarding flight QR 008 Qatar Airways from London to Doha on 20 March and flight QR 848 from Doha to Kuala Lumpur on 21 March.

Maahad Tahfiz AnNabawiyyah, Batu 23 Sungai Lui [29 March]

There were 71 positive Covid-19 cases from amongst the 274 residents of the school. Following this, the government announced that an enhanced movement control order (EMCO) to the areas from Batu 21 to Batu 24 in Sungai Lui, Hulu Langat.

Armanee Condominium [30 March]

According to the building management, a resident in Block A tested positive.

Alliance Bank, Damansara Uptown [30 March]

An employee at its Damansara Uptown branch has tested positive and is currently receiving medical attention at a local hospital. The staff member had also serviced the Taman Tun Dr Ismail and Kota Damansara branches.

They have initiated a contact tracing exercise and notified all other employees and customers who may have had close contact with the affected employee. These employees underwent testing for Covid-19 and were put on quarantine.

All three branches were closed for a thorough sanitisation.

Alliance Bank, Kota Damansara [30 March]

An employee at its Damansara Uptown branch has tested positive and is currently receiving medical attention at a local hospital. The staff member had also serviced the Taman Tun Dr Ismail and Kota Damansara branches.

They have initiated a contact tracing exercise and notified all other employees and customers who may have had close contact with the affected employee. These employees underwent testing for Covid-19 and were put on quarantine.

All three branches were closed for a thorough sanitisation.

Kampung Rantau Panjang, Klang [20 March]

Two residents tested positive for Covid-19, according to a report by China Press

Kampung Sementa, Klang [20 March]

A resident tested positive for Covid-19, according to a report by China Press

Casa Indah 1 [23 March]

A resident who recently returned from Manila has tested positive. All common areas and commonly-touched surfaces have been sanitised.

Mutiara Damansara Zone C [24 March]

The residents association confirmed a case at Zone C of the Mutiara Damansara area.

Riviera III Condominium [27 March]

According to a notice by management a resident tested positive for Covid-19. The lifts and entrances at the ground and lower ground floors have been sanitised.

Klinik HM [29 March]

A patient who sought treatment here tested positive. The clinic is closed for two weeks starting Mar 26 for disinfection.

Venice Hill Condominium [29 March]

A resident of Tower 3 has tested positive, the management said in a notice on Mar 29. All lifts and common areas have been sanitised. The management now bars all foreign visitors.

Putrajaya

Bangunan Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia [29 March]

An employee in the human resources department of the Health Ministry died of Covid-19 on 29 March. She tested positive after returning from a trip to Indonesia.

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Kedah

Hospital Pantai Laguna Merbok [21 March]

A pregnant patient who had just given birth in the hospital tested positive after developing a fever.

She had been admitted as a normal pregnant patient after failing to disclose that she had been living with someone who had attended the religious event at Masjid Sri Petaling and tested positive.

The patient has been transferred to Hospital Sultanah Bahiyah while Pantai Laguna Merbok hospital has disinfected all areas visited by the patient. They also screened and quarantined all staff exposed to her and closed the hospital on 22 and 23 March for “full terminal disinfection and fumigation”.

Perlis

Hospital Tuanku Fauziah, Kangar [19 March]

A member of the hospital staff has tested positive. The patient had returned from a trip to Turkey on 8 March and warded on 16 March for pneumonia and dehydration.

The hospital has since identified the patient’s close contacts and is screening them and their families, at the same time ensuring their operations are not affected.

Perak

Hospital Teluk Intan [26 March]

After 37 medical staff tested positive, the emergency department and the observation ward was closed for cleaning and disinfection purposes.

The rest of the hospital is still operating as per normal.

Penang

Motorola Solutions Malaysia, Bayan Lepas [10 March]

An employee tested positive on 10 March. The employee had visited Kuala Lumpur over a week before and had close contact with a COVID-19 patient.

The office was shut down for disinfection and all staff were told to work from home for 2 weeks.

UOB Bank Lebuh Bishop [14 March]

An employee of the bank tested positive and was admitted to Penang Hospital for further treatment. The employee was a despatch clerk who had attended the religious event at Masjid Sri Petaling.

No customers had been in contact with the patient. Employees who did have close contact have been told to self-quarantine for two weeks.

The bank closed their branch on 16 March to conduct a deep-clean of the premises and will reopen on 17 March.

Stesen Keretapi Butterworth [24 March]

A passenger of the electric train service (ETS) reportedly passed away on 23 March due to COVID-19. The passenger took train No. 9173 from the Butterworth Station to the Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station on 7 March.

KTM had immediately stopped the rail service and complete disinfection had been undertaken on the train and further done to all ETS trains as a precautionary measure.

All company employees who were on the train and the stations involved had also been instructed to undergo health screening tests.

Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) has called upon all passengers on board the train No. 9173 to undergo immediate health screening at the nearest hospital for possible Covid-19 infection.

Island Hospital [24 March]

A 60-year-old Indonesian tested positive after presenting a cough and flu. She was transferred to Pulau Pinang General Hospital on the same day.

All staff who tended to her have tested negative and placed under quarantine as a precaution. All relevant areas have also been disinfected.

Mira Residence, Tanjung Bungah [28 March]

A resident tested positive. All relevant common areas have since been sanitised.

Kayangan Putri Mutiara/Pearlvue Height, Tanjung Bungah [27 March]

A resident tested positive. All relevant common areas have since been sanitised.

Maklom [23 March]

The first Penang resident to die of Covid-19 lived in Maklom, Butterworth.

Tropicana 218 Macalister [29 March]

A resident living in Tower B (Block T) tested positive on 29 March. MoH has arranged to clean and sanitise the resident’s unit and common areas of the building.

Pahang

Hospital Bentong [11 March]

The patient (case 131) sought treatment at the hospital for respiratory problems on 8 March. The following day, the patient was transferred to Hospital Tengku Ampuan Afzan and tested positive on 10 March.

The patient was one of the attendees of the religious event at Masjid Sri Petaling from 28 February to 1 March

UOB Bank Lebuh Bishop [14 March]

An employee of the bank tested positive and was admitted to Penang Hospital for further treatment. The employee was a despatch clerk who had attended the religious event at Masjid Sri Petaling.

No customers had been in contact with the patient. Employees who did have close contact have been told to self-quarantine for two weeks.

The bank closed their branch on 16 March to conduct a deep-clean of the premises and will reopen on 17 March.

DRB-Hicom Auto Solutions Sdn Bhd (DHAS) [19 March]

An employee tested positive. The patient’s husband was in the contact circle of his boss who was an attendee of the religious event at Masjid Sri Petaling.

Health officials have begun contact tracing having people on the list undergo self-quarantine.

Terminal Sentral, Kuantan [19 March]

Kuantan Health Department confirmed that a passenger of Plusliner express bus has tested positive. The passenger reportedly had been screened prior to the bus ride and did not self-quarantine. He later received his positive results after arriving in Kuantan.

The bus (registration no. VDJ 2367) departed at 7.45pm on 16 March from Larkin Sentral, Johor Bahru to Terminal Sentral, Kuantan.

Kuantan District Health Office urges everyone who was on that bus to contact them for screening.

Kampung Padang Lalang [20 March]

A resident of the village tested positive and is now receiving treatment at Hospital Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah.

The village committee has started contact tracing to identify those who had close contact with the patient. According to the committee president, the patient was from the tabligh cluster of Covid-19 patients. The village surau has been sanitised and disinfected.

Negeri Sembilan

CIMB Jalan Dato Bandar Tunggal, Seremban [23 March]

Two employees of the branch tested positive. Both employees had recently returned from a personal trip to Indonesia and had been on self-quarantine since returning on 19 March.

The branch was temporarily closed for sanitisation as a precaution. All staff who had close contact with the patients have also been placed on self-quarantine.

Melaka

Oriental Melaka Straits Medical Center [22 March]

The patient was transferred to Melaka Hospital where he tested positive.

A patient who was admitted for pneumonia later admitted after treatment that he had been in contact with a colleague who had tested positive after attending the religious event at Masjid Sri Petaling.

All staff and patients who had contact with him have been sent for screening and are now under quarantine. Affected areas have been closed for sanitisation.

Clinical services at the hospital have not been affected.

Composites Technology City [24 March]

An employee at a DRB-HICOM Bhd subsidiary, Composites Technology Research Malaysia (CTRM) in Batu Berendam, Melaka has been tested positive. DRB-HICOM Bhd revealed that he contracted the virus after attending the wedding of his cousin in Putrajaya on Saturday, March 7, 2020.

The employee was informed that the bride and groom, and another cousin tested positive on 18 March so he too was screened at Hospital Melaka and tested positive on the second test.

He is now receiving treatment at a medical facility and contact tracking is underway, including his colleagues and family members. His workplace has been cordoned off and CTRM commenced disinfection procedures.

Johor

University Tun Hussein Onn, Pagoh [16 March]

A staff member of the university tested positive.

The university temporarily closed down the entire campus from 16 March until 19 March to conduct decontamination work.

Larkin Sentral [19 March]

Kuantan Health Department confirmed that a passenger of Plusliner express bus has tested positive. The passenger reportedly had been screened prior to the bus ride and did not self-quarantine. He later received his positive results after arriving in Kuantan.

The bus (registration no. VDJ 2367) departed at 7.45pm on 16 March from Larkin Sentral, Johor Bahru to Terminal Sentral, Kuantan.

Kuantan District Health Office urges everyone who was on that bus to contact them for screening.

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), Skudai [19 March]

A staff member of the university has tested positive. The staff member was from the cluster of attendees of the tabligh event. He is currently being treated at Permai Hospital, Johor Bahru.

The university is being cleansed and disinfected while those who had close contact with the patient is being traced for screening and quarantine.

Pt Makuaseng, Benut [1 April]

According to the Pontian District Council, a resident of this area tested positive. Fortunately, the patient has already recovered.

Taman Saujana, Pontian [1 April]

According to the Pontian District Council, a resident of this area tested positive. Fortunately, the patient has already recovered.

Kg Masjid Lama, Pekan Nenas [1 April]

According to the Pontian District Council, a resident of this area tested positive. Fortunately, the patient has already recovered.

Kg Pasir Lama, Pekan Nenas [1 April]

According to the Pontian District Council, a resident of this area tested positive. Fortunately, the patient has already recovered.

Kg Sri Gambut, Melayu Raya [1 April]

According to the Pontian District Council, two residents of this area tested positive.

Kg Pt Maklumi, Ayer Baloi [1 April]

According to the Pontian District Council, a resident of this area tested positive.

Taman Anggerik, Pontian [1 April]

According to the Pontian District Council, two residents of this area tested positive, one of whom has passed away to Covid-19.

Lorong Kubur, Kg Telok Kerang [1 April]

According to the Pontian District Council, a resident of this area tested positive.

Taman Sanglang Jaya, Ayer Baloi [1 April]

According to the Pontian District Council, a resident of this area tested positive.

Pt Sulaiman, Kayu Ara Pasong [1 April]

According to the Pontian District Council, a resident of this area tested positive.

Taman Seri Aman, Pontian [1 April]

According to the Pontian District Council, a resident of this area tested positive.

Kampung Dato’ Ibrahim Majid [26 March]

The government is implementing an enhanced movement control order (EMCO) here until April 9 while health officers search house-to-house for Covid-19 cases.

This comes after the Health Ministry confirmed 83 Covid-19 cases in Johor’s Kluang district. Of these, 61 had come from the here and Bandar Baharu Dato’ Ibrahim Majid.

Under the enhanced order, all including visitors already in the two areas are to remain indoors. All businesses will be closed and food will be provided by the Welfare Department. All roads in and out of the areas would be closed and non-residents would not be allowed to enter.

Bandar Baharu Dato’ Ibrahim Majid [26 March]

The government is implementing an enhanced movement control order (EMCO) here until April 9 while health officers search house-to-house for Covid-19 cases.

This comes after the Health Ministry confirmed 83 Covid-19 cases in Johor’s Kluang district. Of these, 61 had come from the here and Kampung Dato’ Ibrahim Majid.

Under the enhanced order, all including visitors already in the two areas are to remain indoors. All businesses will be closed and food will be provided by the Welfare Department. All roads in and out of the areas would be closed and non-residents would not be allowed to enter.

Tesco Kulai [28 March]

Tesco Kulai confirmed a positive case was detected at their premises, though they did not confirm if the patient was an employee or not. They are identifying which employees had close contact with the patient.

They closed their premises on 29 March for disinfection and deep cleaning. They are also conducting daily temperature screening of customers and employees.

Terengganu

Madrasatul Quran Kubang Bujuk [16 March]

An attendee of the religious event in Masjid Sri Petaling suspected to have tested positive visited the Madrasah.

The Terengganu Health Department, as a precautionary measure, had all 87 occupants of the Madrasah placed under 2-week quarantine as PUIs at the Hulu Terengganu Hospital. The Madrasah is now closed to the public.

Sarawak

Miri Airport [10 March]

This patient is Brunei’s first COVID-19 case. The patient had been one of the attendees of the religious event at Masjid Sri Petaling from 28 February to 1 March.

He flew back on an AirAsia flight via Miri, Sarawak on 3 March and made another day trip to Miri on 6 March before testing positive.

Sungai Tujuh immigration checkpoint [12 March]

Brunei’s first patient crossed the Malaysia-Brunei land border at this checkpoint.

The man reportedly did so after returning from the religious event at the Masjid Sri Petaling Mosque. From the mosque, he flew to Miri Airport and then crossed the border back into Brunei to return home.

The Sarawak State Disaster Relief Committee is tracing the passengers who were seated near the man during the KLIA-Miri AirAsia flight.

Sibu Airport [15 March]

The Sarikei Member of Parliament who tested positive for COVID-19 had attended several political meetings in KL from 29 February until 2 March before flying back to Sibu.

Kuching International Airport [12 March]

Bandar Kuching MP Kelvin Yii who tested positive on 17 March travelled to Kuala Lumpur via this airport on 9 and 12 March.

Since testing positive, he has not shown symptoms typical of the virus and thus the risk of him being highly infectious is much lower. If you had contact with him, do self-quarantine and get screened if you develop symptoms.

Stapok Badminton Court [3 March]

Bandar Kuching MP Kelvin Yii who tested positive on 17 March attended a prize-giving ceremony at the badminton court on 3 March.

Since testing positive, he has not shown symptoms typical of the virus and thus the risk of him being highly infectious is much lower. If you had contact with him, do self-quarantine and get screened if you develop symptoms.

Hospital Umum Sarawak [4 March]

Bandar Kuching MP Kelvin Yii who tested positive on 17 March visited the hospital on 4 March to donate thermometers in the fight against the virus.

Since testing positive, he has not shown symptoms typical of the virus and thus the risk of him being highly infectious is much lower. If you had contact with him, do self-quarantine and get screened if you develop symptoms.

Klinik Kesihatan Tanah Puteh, Kuching [4 March]

Bandar Kuching MP Kelvin Yii who tested positive on 17 March officiated new facilities at the clinic on 4 March.

Since testing positive, he has not shown symptoms typical of the virus and thus the risk of him being highly infectious is much lower. If you had contact with him, do self-quarantine and get screened if you develop symptoms.

Pusat Khidmat Parlimen Bandar Kuching [6 March]

Bandar Kuching MP Kelvin Yii who tested positive on 17 March attended meetings, met with City Joggers and Unimas Medical Society here on 3 and 6 March.

Since testing positive, he has not shown symptoms typical of the virus and thus the risk of him being highly infectious is much lower. If you had contact with him, do self-quarantine and get screened if you develop symptoms.

Siew San Teng Tua Pek Kong Temple [6 March]

Bandar Kuching MP Kelvin Yii who tested positive on 17 March attended a dinner event at the temple on 6 March.

Since testing positive, he has not shown symptoms typical of the virus and thus the risk of him being highly infectious is much lower. If you had contact with him, do self-quarantine and get screened if you develop symptoms.

Crown Imperial Hall [7 March]

Bandar Kuching MP Kelvin Yii who tested positive on 17 March attended a Tua Pek Kong dinner event here on 7 March.

Since testing positive, he has not shown symptoms typical of the virus and thus the risk of him being highly infectious is much lower. If you had contact with him, do self-quarantine and get screened if you develop symptoms.

Kenyalang Park Market [8 March]

Bandar Kuching MP Kelvin Yii who tested positive on 17 March distributed flowers for Women’s Day on 8 March at this market.

Since testing positive, he has not shown symptoms typical of the virus and thus the risk of him being highly infectious is much lower. If you had contact with him, do self-quarantine and get screened if you develop symptoms.

Petanak Central Market [8 March]

Bandar Kuching MP Kelvin Yii who tested positive on 17 March distributed flowers for Women’s Day on 8 March at this market as well.

Since testing positive, he has not shown symptoms typical of the virus and thus the risk of him being highly infectious is much lower. If you had contact with him, do self-quarantine and get screened if you develop symptoms.

DAP Sarawak HQ [8 March]

Bandar Kuching MP Kelvin Yii who tested positive on 17 March attended the DAP state meeting on 8 March.

Since testing positive, he has not shown symptoms typical of the virus and thus the risk of him being highly infectious is much lower. If you had contact with him, do self-quarantine and get screened if you develop symptoms.

Kelab Persahabatan Sarawak Jepun [9 March]

Bandar Kuching MP Kelvin Yii who tested positive on 17 March met with the club at its office on 9 March.

Since testing positive, he has not shown symptoms typical of the virus and thus the risk of him being highly infectious is much lower. If you had contact with him, do self-quarantine and get screened if you develop symptoms.

SMK St Joseph, Kuching [13 March]

Bandar Kuching MP Kelvin Yii who tested positive on 17 March visited the school for an event on 13 March.

Since testing positive, he has not shown symptoms typical of the virus and thus the risk of him being highly infectious is much lower. If you had contact with him, do self-quarantine and get screened if you develop symptoms.

Maybank Auto Finance Sibu Central (AFSC) [22 March]

An employee tested positive on 20 March and is currently receiving treatment at a government hospital. The employee has been on self-quarantine since 14 March when a family member tested positive.

The bank branch will be closed until 31 March for sanitisation and deep cleaning.

Sabah

Hospital Tawau [12 March]

Sabah’s first positive case was confirmed at Hospital Tawau on 12 March after being admitted on 10 March for monitoring and tests. The patient was one of the attendees at the religious event in Masjid Sri Petaling.

Hospital Papar [13 March]

Sabah’s second positive case was tested at Hospital Papar on 5 March and then transferred to Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He is believed to be one of the attendees of the religious event at Masjid Sri Petaling as well.


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