A few days ago, Perlis officially became the first state in the country to be COVID-19 free
after all of their 18 cases have recovered.
And now, it seems that things are getting better for Malaysia.
According to Sinar Harian
, Kelantan is the second state to be declared COVID-19 free.
No new cases for a fortnight
The land of Cik Siti Wan Kembang became a green zone after all cases in 10 of its districts have recovered, and no new cases were reported for the past 14 days.
Kelantan previously recorded a total of 155 COVID-19 cases.
According to the data by Malaysia’s Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre (CPRC), the next state to potentially be COVID-19 free is Perak as the state has only two active cases to date.
Kedah is also showing positive signs of recovery as there are only four active cases left.
There are now a total of 85 green zones in Malaysia to date.
We did it, guys! It looks like we are on our way to flattening the curve.
Let’s all do our part to win this battle against the pandemic by staying at home and practice social distancing. Kita mesti menang