The coronavirus COVID-19 is affecting 220 countries and territories around the world and 2 international conveyances.
Here is the ASEAN status as of Tuesday, 7am, June 1, 2021
Here we provide updated information on cases in Asean, comprising new cases, total cases, new deaths and total deaths.
Brunei had +1 new cases, has a total of 242 with 3 deaths.
The Ministry of Health (MoH) has denied viral claims that foreigners with green identity cards will be required to pay a BND50 fee per vaccine.
There has been 690 new positive case of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Cambodia. The tally is at 30,094. 214 deaths. Total recovered at 22,636.
Over 2.5 million people in Cambodia vaccinated against COVID-19 as country races towards achieving herd immunity
A total of 2,567,493 people in Cambodia have got their first doses of vaccines against the COVID-19 pandemic, or 25.67 percent of the planned 10 million people to be vaccinated, as of May 30, according to the figures shared by the National Ad-hoc Commission for COVID-19 Vaccination.
Of them, 1,961,346 have already obtained their second jab, underlined the same source.
The country reported +5,662 new cases, taking total to 1,821,703, +174 new deaths, total is at 50,578 deaths.
The country reported +1 new case recorded, total at 1,912, +0 new death, Total death is at 3.
Malaysia has +6,824 new cases, bringing the total to 572,357, +67 deaths, total is at 2,796 deaths.
Vaccinating as many people as possible the only way out from Covid-19, says Muhyiddin
KUALA LUMPUR: The only hope for the world to end the Covid-19 pandemic is to ensure as many people are vaccinated as rapidly as possible, hence Malaysia reiterates its call for universal access to Covid-19 vaccine.
Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said vaccine equity is still a major issue and the world cannot win this war against the virus unless everyone has equal and rapid access to vaccines.
Myanmar reported +58 new cases, taking total to 143,629, +1 new deaths, total is at 3,217 deaths
The Philippines recorded +6,684 new cases, bringing the total to 1,230,301 with +107 new deaths, bringing total 20,966 deaths.
Saudi Arabia requires quarantine for OFWs
MANILA, Philippines — Filipino workers vaccinated with CoronaVac, made by China’s Sinovac, are required to undergo swabbing and quarantine upon arrival in Saudi Arabia.
In a radio interview yesterday, Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III yesterday said he is set to discuss the issue with the Saudi embassy.
“It was accepted but still needs to go through quarantine and also swab (RT-PCR), unlike Pfizer where you can go straight in,” Bello disclosed in Filipino.
Bello said he will ask the Saudi government not to require overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) who have already been vaccinated to undergo swab and quarantine anymore.
The labor chief stressed that regardless of brands, vaccines provide protection to any individual against COVID.
Reported +23 new cases, taking the total to 62,051 and +0 new death, tally now 33 deaths.
Reported +5,485 new cases, total at 159,792, +10 new deaths, total deaths stands at 1,031.
Vietnam reported +214 new cases and a total of 7,321 cases, +0 new death, total remains at 47.
Vietnamese President Phúc asks Biden for COVID-19 vaccine support
HÀ NỘI — President Nguyễn Xuân Phúc on Sunday sent a letter to US President Joe Biden, asking for COVID-19 vaccine support for Việt Nam as the country is facing a devastating fourth wave of infections.
In the letter, the Vietnamese President thanked the US for having committed US$4 billion to the global COVID-19 vaccine sharing initiative COVAX and notified his counterpart that Việt Nam has received two shipments of 2.5 million doses of AstraZeneca from the initiative so far.