(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) Malaysia newly diagnosed 8868 cases in a single day, the second highest record since the epidemic

  China News Agency, Kuala Lumpur, July 8th (Reporter Chen Yue) The Ministry of Health of Malaysia reported on the 8th that as of 12 noon that day, the country had added 8868 confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the past 24 hours.

This is the second highest record of newly confirmed cases in a single day since the outbreak in Malaysia.

According to news on June 28, Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin announced on the 27th that the country’s current strict prevention and control measures against the new crown pneumonia epidemic will continue after the 28th expires until the data on new confirmed cases of new crown pneumonia in a single day meets relevant standards until.

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  Malaysia’s current record of new confirmed cases in a single day is 9,020 on May 29.

Since June 5, the number of new confirmed cases in the country has remained below 7,000 in a single day.

However, in the last three days, Ma’s single-day confirmed cases rose to more than 7,000 on the 6th, and again exceeded 8,000 on the 8th.

So far, the cumulative number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in Malaysia has exceeded 800,000.

  The capital Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding state of Selangor had a total of 5285 new confirmed cases that day, continuing to account for most of the new confirmed cases in Malaysia every day.

  Malaysian Health Ministry Director Nur Hisham pointed out on the evening of the 7th that “worryingly” the current utilization rate of intensive care units in Malaysia is still higher than 90%, especially in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Labuan and other places. The number of cases is relatively high, which has exceeded the affordability of hospitals in this state (Federal Territory).

Noor warned that if this situation persists, the public health system in these areas may be paralyzed and affect the entire country.

  Noor said that the Ministry of Health of Malaysia is adding new coronary pneumonia treatment hospitals, increasing relevant beds, and deploying medical personnel from areas with relatively mild epidemics to help fight the epidemic in areas with severe epidemics.

  The Malaysian government is also making every effort to promote vaccination.

The agency responsible for equine vaccination announced that the number of single-day vaccination in the country reached a record high of nearly 376,000 doses on the 7th.

As of the 7th, the total number of horses' vaccinations has exceeded 10 million doses, and more than 3.03 million people have completed two doses of vaccinations, accounting for nearly 10% of the country’s population.