Another Malaysian minister tests positive for COVID-19, second case on Cabinet within 3 days

11 January, 2021
Another Malaysian minister has tried confident for COVID-19, the second on the Cabinet to be warded for the infectious disease in a span of 3 days. 

Women, Family and Network Production Minister Rina Mohd Harun took the COVID-19 check on Sunday (Jan 10) morning hours and was admitted to Sungai Buloh Medical center at 11am on Mon, the ministry said found in a statement. 

"She apologised if this has induced any inconvenience or perhaps anxiety to all or any," the statement added. 

On Saturday, Minister in the Prime Minister's Department (Overall economy) Mustapa Mohamed tested confident for COVID-19 after arrival in Kota Bharu from Kuala Lumpur.

He has been warded in Raja Perempuan Zainab II Hospital in Kota Bharu since 10.30pm on Saturday, his office said.

Mr Mustapa had previous attended a Cabinet meeting on Jan 6, according to local media. 

Two ministers who exactly sat after that to him are actually in isolation as a good precautionary measure, in line with the Star. 

There are now a lot more than 135,000 conditions in Malaysia, with an increase of than 550 deaths.

Primary Minister Muhyiddin Yassin is likely to make an announcement on updated methods down the road Monday, as the united states faces a soaring third wave of attacks.