(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) The cumulative number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in Malaysia exceeds one million

  China News Agency, Kuala Lumpur, July 25 (Reporter Chen Yue) The Ministry of Health of Malaysia reported on the 25th that as of 12 noon that day, the country had added 17,045 confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the past 24 hours, and the number of new cases in a single day was the first consecutive day. A record high in three days.

So far, the cumulative number of confirmed cases in Malaysia has exceeded one million.

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 new confirmed cases of new crown pneumonia in a single day and other data meet relevant standards until.

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  Malaysia also added 92 new deaths on the 25th. So far, the country’s cumulative deaths have reached 7,994.

  Since July, the horse epidemic has continued to increase. Since the number of newly diagnosed cases in a single day exceeded 10,000 for the first time on July 13, the number of new cases in a single day has remained above 10,000 for 13 consecutive days.

Since the 23rd, it has maintained more than 15,000 cases for three consecutive days.

  The Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding Selangor state (Selangor region) are still the areas with the most new cases. A total of 10,545 confirmed cases were added to the Klang Valley that day, exceeding 10,000 for the first time since the outbreak.

Among them, Selangor added 8,500 cases that day, which also hit a new high since the epidemic.

The capital Kuala Lumpur has also exceeded 2,000 new cases in a single day for 3 consecutive days.

  The data provided by the Ministry of Health of Malaysia also shows that there are currently more than 160,000 cases under treatment in Malaysia, of which 970 are being treated in the intensive care unit, and more than 500 patients need to use respiratory assistive equipment.

  To ease the pressure on medical resources, Malaysian Health Minister Azam revealed on the 25th that as of now, the country has transferred more than 2,000 non-new coronary pneumonia inpatients from government hospitals to private hospitals.

At the same time, the Malaysian health department is also actively renovating existing hospitals to accommodate more patients with new coronary pneumonia.

  In an interview with local media on the 24th, Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin once again called on the public to be vigilant against the risk of infection, abide by the standard operating procedures for epidemic prevention, and take good protection.

Muhyiddin believes that despite the pressure of the epidemic, the current public medical system in Malaysia can still be supported, and as equine vaccination continues to accelerate, the pressure on medical resources will be eased.