The rate of decline in active Covid-19 cases appear to be slower than the weeks prior.

COVID-19 | The Health Ministry today reported 1,384 new Covid-19 cases and six new deaths. 
The number of active Covid-19 cases in the country was on a steady decline since reaching a peak of 52,186 on Feb 10. 
However, over the past seven days, the rate of decline appeared to have slowed. The latest number of active cases is 14,454 while the average for the past week was 14,538.

  • Active cases: 14,454
  • Patients in ICUs: 148
  • Intubated: 62

The Klang Valley had the largest portion of new cases (49 percent) followed by Johor (11.8 percent) and Sarawak (10.1 percent).
In Selangor (625 new cases), a single cluster – Subang Dua – saw 185 new cases reported today. This cluster was classified in March 17, involving a factory is USJ2.
Using the start of the second movement control order (MCO) on Jan 13 as a baseline, new cases in Sarawak and Penang are still trending upwards. 
Deaths
The six new deaths reported today brought the national death toll to 1,244.
The new deaths were reported in Selangor (2), Sarawak (2), Kelantan (1) and Johor (1).
Those who died were aged between 56 and 85. Details of the victims are available on Malaysiakini’s Covid-19 tracker site.
Clusters
The Health Ministry today reported that there are still 399 active Covid-19 clusters in the country, down from 509 on Feb 23. 
Apart from the aforementioned Subang Dua cluster, no other clusters reported new cases in the triple digits. 
There were three new clusters classified by the Health Ministry today. All new clusters were detected through targeted screening of workplaces. 
Balakong Jaya Dua clusterDistrict(s): Hulu Langat and Kuala Selangor in SelangorLocality/Source: A supermarket at Jalan Perindustrian Balakong Jaya 2/1, Kawasan Perindustrian Balakong, Seri KembanganCluster category: WorkplaceFirst case: March 20, targeted screening of workplacesTotal infected: 37 of out 72 screened
Jalan Indah Gemilang Satu clusterDistrict(s): Johor Bahru in JohorLocality/Source: A factory at Jalan Indah Gemilang 1, Taman Perindustrian Gemilang, Ulu Tiram, Johor BahruCluster category: WorkplaceFirst case: March 21, targeted screening of workplacesTotal infected: 78 of out 259 screened
Teknologi Bukit Minyak clusterDistrict(s): Seberang Perai Utara, Seberang Perai Tengah, Seberang Perai Selatan and Barat Daya in PenangLocality/Source: A factory at Taman Perindustrian Bukit Minyak, Simpang Ampat, Seberang Perai SelatanCluster category: WorkplaceFirst case: March 12, targeted screening of workplacesTotal infected: 98 of out 1,685 screened