Saturday, February 27, 2021

1,212 new cases, over 400 in Selangor

2,112 recoveries recorded.

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Another 1,212 Covid-19 cases were recorded today, taking total confirmed infections in the country to 65,697.

Of these, 402 were recorded in Selangor, 308 of which were from existing clusters and screening of close contacts.

Sabah meanwhile recorded 326 new cases with 111 from existing clusters.

Negeri Sembilan recorded 141 new cases followed by Kuala Lumpur (119), Penang (60), Johor (54), Perak (43), Kedah (31), Labuan (30), Sarawak and Pahang (two each), and Putrajaya and Kelantan (one each).

Active cases stand at 10,578 with 113 in the ICU and 42 in need of respiratory assistance.

Another 2,112 patients were discharged, bringing total recoveries to 54,759.

However, three more deaths were reported, pushing the virus toll to 360.

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