Friday, February 26, 2021

1,810 new cases as death toll passes 400-mark

937 recoveries take total discharged to 67,173.

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Kes baru Covid-19 jatuh bawah 2,000

12 lagi kematian dicatatkan.

New cases drop below 2,000 mark

12 more deaths reported.

MIC leader questions ‘fickle-minded’ Umno chiefs

MIC deputy president M Saravanan says the party will only decide based on discussions in Barisan Nasional.

Another 1,810 Covid-19 cases were recorded today, taking total confirmed infections in the country to 80,309.

Selangor recorded 829 cases, of which 685 or 82.6% were from clusters and close contact screening. 390 cases were from two new clusters, the Sungai Putus and Erima clusters involving Klang and Gombak respectively.

This was followed by Sabah with 532 and Kuala Lumpur with 132.

Pahang recorded 96, Johor 69, Negeri Sembilan 64, Penang 34, Kedah 22, Perak 12, Labuan eight and Melaka five.

Putrajaya, Kelantan and Terengganu recorded two cases each while Sarawak recorded one.

Active cases stand at 12,734 with 123 in the ICU and 63 in need of respiratory assistance.

Another 937 patients were discharged, bringing total recoveries to 67,173.

However, six more deaths were reported, pushing the virus toll to 402.

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