WorldConfirmed: 95,424,327Active: 25,279,623Recovered: 68,106,205Death: 2,038,499
USAConfirmed: 24,454,580Active: 9,631,170Recovered: 14,416,403Death: 407,007
IndiaConfirmed: 10,572,672Active: 209,519Recovered: 10,210,697Death: 152,456
BrazilConfirmed: 8,488,099Active: 889,468Recovered: 7,388,784Death: 209,847
RussiaConfirmed: 3,568,209Active: 542,212Recovered: 2,960,431Death: 65,566
UKConfirmed: 3,395,959Active: 1,771,962Recovered: 1,534,736Death: 89,261
TurkeyConfirmed: 2,387,101Active: 100,240Recovered: 2,262,864Death: 23,997
ItalyConfirmed: 2,381,277Active: 553,374Recovered: 1,745,726Death: 82,177
GermanyConfirmed: 2,050,099Active: 330,659Recovered: 1,672,000Death: 47,440
PakistanConfirmed: 519,291Active: 34,701Recovered: 473,639Death: 10,951
ChinaConfirmed: 88,227Active: 1,205Recovered: 82,387Death: 4,635
Kuala Lumpur, 13/1: Due to a sudden surge of Coronavirus, Malaysia’s king declared a nationwide state of emergency. The Parliament was also suspended though the critics claimed it was a trick to cling to power.
This development came after the PM announced a new restriction across the Southeast Asian nations including the closure of most of the business.
SultanAbdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah agreed to declare an emergency until August 1 following a request from Prime minister Muhyiddin Yassin.