Monday, March 8, 2021

Record recoveries but 9 more deaths

3,321 recoveries, 2,295 new cases.

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Pelabur antarabangsa muncul sebagai pembeli bersih ekuiti tempatan untuk tempoh tiga hari berturut-turut.

South Korea, US agree on troop deal

US President Joe Biden has vowed to revive frayed US alliances under his predecessor to counter the challenges posed by Russia, China, Iran and North Korea.

J-Kom tidak bersifat politik seperti Jasa, kata menteri 

Semua program J-Kom yang disusun akan melibatkan pelbagai kaum dan semua lapisan masyarakat.

‘Kluster mahkamah’ mahu ulangi resipi kejayaan PH pada PRU15

Sumber berkata naratif yang dimainkan sebahagian pemimpin Umno bahawa Muhyiddin Yassin membuli parti itu.

Umno’s ‘court cluster’ hoping to replicate PH’s winning recipe by working with it?

The goal is to return to federal power without Bersatu and Muhyiddin Yassin, who has vowed not to intervene in the criminal cases of politicians in the ruling bloc.

Another 2,295 Covid-19 cases were recorded today, taking total confirmed infections in the country to 117,373.

Selangor recorded 638 new cases, of which 496 or 77.7% were from clusters and close contact screening.

This was followed by Johor (580), Penang (288) and Sabah (259).

Kuala Lumpur recorded 156 cases, Negeri Sembilan 131, Melaka 95, Kedah 47, Pahang 29, Kelantan 26, Terengganu 16, Perak and Putrajaya 12 each, Sarawak five and Labuan one.

Active cases stand at 22,398 with 125 in the ICU and 51 in need of respiratory assistance.

Nine new clusters were detected: Harum (Johor Bahru in Johor; 206 cases), Tapak Bina Casuarina (Sepang and Petaling in Selangor; 53 cases), Batu Lapan (Tambunan and Kota Belud in Sabah; 52 cases), Jalan BBN (Seremban in Negeri Sembilan; 27 cases), Dewani (Johor Bahru in Johor; 25 cases), Renggam (Petaling, Sepang and Klang in Selangor; 20 cases), Belukar (Machang in Kelantan; 17 cases), Kolam Permai (Kuala Terengganu and Kemaman in Terengganu; nine cases) and Mador (Meradong and Sibu in Sarawak; eight cases).

Four others ended, leaving 229 active clusters throughout the country.

Another 3,321 patients were discharged, bringing total recoveries to 94,492.

However, nine more deaths were reported, pushing the virus toll to 483.

 

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