Sunday, February 28, 2021

New cases dip to 732, death toll up by 6

580 recoveries take total to 14,931.

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Stop the hypocrisy, Amanah tells PKR as rift widens over PH intra-hopping

This comes as Amanah loses five of its assemblymen in Selangor and Johor.

Amanah Bukit Bintang gesa kaji semula hubungan dengan PKR, kedudukan dalam PH

Mereka berkata, sudah tiada kesepakatan dalam gabungan yang dibentuk.

‘Jangan hipokrit, lidah bercabang’, kata Pemuda Amanah selepas PKR ‘curi’ 3 wakil rakyat

Sebagai rakan gabungan PH, menerima penyertaan wakil-wakil rakyat ini hanya akan mengeruhkan hubungan antara parti, kata Shazni.

Belajar sejarah di luar buku teks

Kalau dulu kita hanya ada maklumat dari buku teks, tetapi kini apa saja maklumat boleh diperolehi melalui alam maya.

’Sindir badan’ lebih dahsyat dengan media sosial

Media sosial kini menjadi medium paling mudah untuk seseorang meluahkan perasaan sehingga mengenepikan nilai kemanusiaan, kesopanan dan kesusilaan.

A total of 732 new infections were reported today, taking total confirmed Covid-19 cases to 22,957.

Of these, 535 were recorded in Sabah. Selangor followed with 116 new cases and Kuala Lumpur with 26.

Penang had 12 cases, followed by Negeri Sembilan and Labuan (nine), Kedah and Perak (seven), Putrajaya (six), Melaka (three), and Kelantan and Pahang (one).

No new cases were reported in Johor and Sarawak.

Active cases stand at 7,827 or 34.09% with 102 in the ICU and 31 in need of respiratory assistance.

Meanwhile, 580 patients were discharged from hospital, taking total recoveries to 14,931 or 65.04%.

However, six more deaths were also reported, pushing the virus toll to 199 or 0.87%.

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