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COVID-19: Green Zone States In Malaysia Reduced From 9 To 8

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The Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) through a tweet on its official Twitter account has shared information on the movement of 14 days of COVID-19 case distribution by the district in Malaysia as of September 1 to September 14, 2020.

Through the case distribution data, the MOH has reported that the number of green zones states in Malaysia has decreased from 9 to 8 states.

According to MOH, this reduction occurred after 4 new cases from the Flower Cluster in Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan.

Also, during the 14-day period, three districts remain in the red zone, namely Kota Setar, Lahad Datu, and the highest in Tawau with 335 cases.

The public is advised to remain in compliance with the SOPs that have been set to help the government to make the whole country a green zone.

Source: MOH

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