Only by 2025 will number of Covid-19 cases drop to 2020 level

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In Malaysia, total number of Covid-19 cases recorded in October dropped from 225,947 to 161,140 in November, with the daily average decreasing from 7,289 to 5,371 per day.

Covid-19 transmissions peaked in August with a shocking 632,982 cases for the month or an average of 20,419 daily! It then fell to 499,441 or an average of 16,648 daily in September.

Earlier in March this year, the average was only 1,443 per day and rose to 2,107 in April, 5,279 in May, 5,987 in June, and 11,655 in July.

For the first 11 months of this year, 2,519,772 Covid-10 cases were recorded in the country or an average of 7,544 per day.

In contrast, total number for the whole of last year was only 113,010 or 309 per day. Many people thought 2020 was bad, but 2021 is much worse.

Covid-19 cases may drop to an average of 500 per day only by 2025, as the number may be around 3,500 in 2022, 2,500 in 2023, and 1,500 in 2024.

The views expressed here are strictly those of The True Net reader YS Chan from Kuala Lumpur.