Tuesday, February 2, 2021

New cases under 4,000 but 21 more deaths reported

3,455 new cases, death toll at 791.

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Kes aktif dengan kebolehjangkitan pula berjumlah 47,847.

New cases under 4,000 but 21 more deaths reported

3,455 new cases, death toll at 791.

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Another 3,455 Covid-19 cases were recorded today, taking total confirmed infections in the country to 222,628.

Selangor recorded 1,145 cases, Johor 708, Kuala Lumpur 619, Sabah 276, Sarawak 121 and Terengganu 115.

Penang recorded 85 cases, Perak 84, Negeri Sembilan 79, Pahang 63, Melaka 62, Kedah 59, Kelantan 31, Putrajaya six, and Perlis and Labuan one each.

Active cases stand at 47,847 with 327 in the ICU and 145 in need of respiratory assistance.

Seven new clusters were detected:

1. Jalan Ragum (Klang and Petaling in Selangor; 542 screened, 219 positive)
2. Bukit Rahman (Kuala Selangor, Petaling and Gombak in Selangor; 2,800 screened, 48 positive)
3. Parit Jamil Darat (Muar in Johor; 189 screened, 26 positive)
4. Tapak Bina Jalan Cheras (Cheras in Kuala Lumpur; 823 screened, 332 positive)
5. Semarak Bersia (Hulu Perak in Perak; 58 screened, 19 positive)
6. Taman Muhibbah (Temerloh and Kuantan in Pahang; 47 screened, 14 positive)
7. Industri Serkam (Jasin and Melaka Tengah in Melaka; 1,700 screened, 59 positive)

Four others ended, leaving 404 active clusters across the country.

Another 3,661 patients were discharged, bringing total recoveries to 173,990.

However, 21 more deaths were reported, pushing the virus toll to 791.

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