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Saturday 18 April 2020

Menara City One EMCO: Day 19/29 - 10 Days to Go?

| Day 32/42 of Malaysian MCO | Day 19/29 of City One EMCO |

It has been 19 agonising days since the lock-down was imposed on our condo. Yesterday marked a further reduction of daily COVID-19 cases in Malaysia and is the lowest since 14th March with 56.5% of cases recovered. We see the light at the end of the tunnel.

At 5.30pm today during his daily press conference the Health Ministry Director-General Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah announced no additional positive cases at Menara City One for the 5th day in a row which remains at 39 cases.

But in what appears a blow to the positive news received so far we later learnt from Harian Metro that two (2) patients were seen getting into an ambulance at Menara City One earlier this afternoon:

2 penduduk Menara City One positif Covid-19

Harian Metro erroneously reported that the 2 patients were father and son, we have since received reports from our residents' group chat that the 2 patients were from 2 separate units (A-10-6 and A-11-4) from Block A, and are believed to be unrelated to each other.

After 5 days of continuous clean slates it is disheartening to know that we may now have new positive cases. We hope against hope that the 2 patients getting into the ambulance are not related to the Covid-19, although this seems very unlikely.

Whether or not not this new development will have an adverse effect on the EMCO being lifted on Menara City One come 28th April remains to be seen.

It has been 11 days since we were PCR tested, and we assume that our results are negative. We ask that everyone we know to pray for our continued health, safety and well-being.

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