All Covid-19 areas in KL are now marked as red zones and what does it mean?

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Folks, how are y’all doing during the second phase of MCO? Have you gotten the time to do the things that you didn't get to finish during the normal days? While waiting for another announcement regarding the extension of MCO to happen on 10 April, Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia has announced that all Kuala Lumpur areas that got infected with the Covid-19 are now labelled as red zones.

What does a red zone mean you may ask? To be labelled as a red zone, that means that the district has already gotten 41 and above of the Covid-19 cases. Today, Cheras has joined other KL areas including Kepong, Lembah Pantai, and Titiwangsa by getting marked as a red zone as well. Therefore, residents who live in these areas should be cautious and avoid going out if it’s not necessary.

Currently, the total number of Covid-19 red zones in Malaysia has gone up to 18. Those areas include Hulu Langat, Petaling, Kuching, Seremban, Kluang, Johor Bahru, Klang, Gombak, Kinta, Kota Bahru, Tawau, Hilir Perak, Jerantut, Batu Pahat are in a critical state as well.

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