Saturday, February 27, 2021

957 new cases, 972 recoveries

No new deaths reported today.

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AmBank to pay RM2.83 billion settlement over 1MDB scandal

This is in addition to the RM53.7 million penalty imposed by Bank Negara Malaysia and paid by AmBank Group.

AmBank bayar Putrajaya RM2.83 bilion disebabkan penglibatan dalam skandal 1MDB

Pembayaran ini akan menguntungkan rakyat Malaysia kata Menteri Kewangan Tengku Zafrul Aziz.

Palm oil churns trouble in Canadian ‘hard butter’ puzzle

The pandemic has increased demand for butter, so farmers are feeding extra palm oil derivatives to their cows to produce more milk fat.

Kes Covid-19 kembali melebihi 2,000, 11 kematian baru

11 lagi kematian dicatatkan menjadikan jumlah 1,111 kes.

Daily cases back over 2,000, death toll up by 11

2,253 new cases, 3,085 recoveries.

Another 957 Covid-19 cases were reported today, pushing total confirmed infections in the country to 32,505.

Of these, 644 (67.3%) were reported in Sabah while 230 (24%) were recorded in the Klang Valley.

Selangor recorded 225 cases followed by Penang (23), Labuan (18), Terengganu (15), Sarawak (11), Negeri Sembilan (eight), Perak (five), Kuala Lumpur (four), Kedah (one), Melaka (one), Johor (one) and Putrajaya (one).

Active cases stand at 10,036 with 97 in the ICU and 27 in need of respiratory assistance.

Another 972 patients were discharged, taking total recoveries to 22,220.

No new deaths were reported, leaving the virus toll unchanged at 249.

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