Friday, February 12, 2021

New cases stay below 4,000, another 17 deaths reported

258 in the ICU with 119 in need of respiratory assistance.

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17 lagi kematian baru direkodkan, 3,505 pesakit pulih

Kes aktif dengan kebolehjangkitan pula berjumlah 51,579.

New cases stay below 4,000, another 17 deaths reported

258 in the ICU with 119 in need of respiratory assistance.

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Exco Kedah pertahankan pembangunan tanah sawah padi 

Perancangan pembangunan tempatan ditetapkan bagi memenuhi keperluan semasa rakyat terutamanya di Kota Setar. 

Japan turns to cuddly toys to boost Lunar New Year sales without Chinese tourists

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Another 3,318 Covid-19 cases were recorded today, taking total confirmed infections in the country to 258,306.

Selangor recorded 1,214 cases followed by Johor (742), Kuala Lumpur (374), Kedah (188), Penang (149), and Negeri Sembilan and Sabah (118 each).

Perak recorded 99 cases, Sarawak 83, Kelantan 79, Terengganu 72, Melaka 45, Pahang 30, Putrajaya six and Labuan one.

Active cases stand at 51,579 with 258 in the ICU and 119 in need of respiratory assistance.

Another 3,505 patients were discharged, bringing total recoveries to 205,774.

However, 17 more deaths were reported, pushing the virus toll to 953.

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