Sunday, February 28, 2021

1,683 new cases as total tops 90,000

1,214 recoveries, no new deaths.

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Sabah, Sarawak dapat layanan adil, kata Muhyiddin

Terdapat banyak lagi usaha yang perlu dibuat bagi meletakkan kedua-dua negeri berkenaan agar setara dengan Semenanjung.

I have big support, Muhyiddin says as he marks first year as PM

He maintains that he still possesses majority support, rejecting accusations that the state of emergency was a ploy to remain in power.

Muhyiddin tetap perkukuh hubungan antarabangsa

Pandemik Covid-19 tidak bermakna negara tidak memberi perhatian dalam hubungan antarabangsa.

Darurat Covid-19 diperlukan, kata PM

'Saya pun tak tahu parti mana sekarang yang mempunyai jumlah kerusi yang lebih besar daripada saya', kata Muhyiddin.

2,437 kes positif, jumlah jangkitan Covid-19 kini melebihi 300,000

300,752 jumlah keseluruhan kes positif dilaporkan di Malaysia.

Another 1,683 Covid-19 cases were recorded today, taking total confirmed infections in the country to 90,816.

Selangor reported the most cases with 692, followed by Sabah (260) and Kuala Lumpur (197).

Negeri Sembilan reported 174 cases, Melaka 140, Johor 77 and Perak 65.

This was followed by Penang (37), Labuan (19), Putrajaya and Pahang (six each), Terengganu and Kedah (four each), and Kelantan and Sarawak (one each).

Active cases stand at 15,140 with 106 in the ICU and 51 in need of respiratory assistance.

Another 1,214 patients were discharged, bringing total recoveries to 75,244.

No new deaths were reported, leaving the virus toll unchanged at 432.

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