The Malaysian Health Ministry on Saturday confirmed two new cases of coronavirus (now named Covid-19) in the country.
Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad said the two cases involved Chinese nationals - one a businessman aged 27 and the other a woman aged 32, reports The Straits Times.
The man from Guangzhou was found to be symptomatic when he was screened at the entry point at Bukit Kayu Hitam in Kedah state of Malaysia on Friday.
Of the 21 positive cases in the country, 15 are Chinese nationals, while the remaining six are Malaysians.
Seven Chinese nationals, however, were discharged after recovering.