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Recoveries hit new high as daily cases drop below 3,000

Seven more deaths recorded including nine-year-old with brain cancer.

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4,525 dilaporkan sembuh, angka tertinggi setakat ini

2,464 kes baru Covid-19 direkodkan.

Recoveries hit new high as daily cases drop below 3,000

Seven more deaths recorded including nine-year-old with brain cancer.

NZ’s Auckland ordered into snap Covid-19 lockdown

Almost two million residents have been told to stay at home from midnight, when the level-three lockdown begins, with schools and businesses to close except for essential services.

Perogol harus dikenakan hukuman lebih berat, kata Zuraida

Saranan itu dilakukan agar kejadian seperti rogol dalam lokap yang berlaku di sebuah balai polis di Miri, Sarawak tidak berulang lagi.

Manfaatkan dana kerajaan pasarkan produk dalam talian, kata menteri kewangan

PKP seharusnya dimanfaatkan untuk berniaga secara dalam talian, katanya.

Another 2,464 Covid-19 cases were recorded today, taking total confirmed infections in the country to 264,269.

Selangor recorded 1,103 cases, Johor 492, Sarawak 161, Kuala Lumpur 154 and Sabah 116.

Kedah recorded 92 cases followed by Kelantan (88), Perak (85), Penang (56), Terengganu (51), Negeri Sembilan (40), Melaka (11), Pahang (10), Putrajaya (four) and Labuan (one).

Active cases stand at 49,490 with 260 in the ICU and 111 in need of respiratory assistance.

Eleven new clusters were detected:

1. Jalan Istimewa Cemerlang (Johor Bahru in Johor; 311 screened, 109 positive)
2. Batu 57 (Batu Pahat in Johor; 91 screened, 13 positive)
3. Jalan Usaha Satu (Johor Bahru and Pontian in Johor; 299 screened, 70 positive)
4. Jalan Tebrau Khas (Johor Bahru and Kulai in Johor; 196 screened, 29 positive)
5. Jalan Persiaran Teknologi Kulau (Johor Bahru and Kulai in Johor; 236 screened, 45 positive)
6. Tapak Bina Jalan Setia (Petaling in Selangor; 320 screened, 36 positive)
7. Jalan Jelatek (Gombak in Selangor; 200 screened, 35 positive)
8. Jalan Sepuluh (Petaling in Selangor; 250 screened, 32 positive)
9. Ria Jaya (Kuala Muda in Kedah; 567 screened, 81 positive)
10. Patikang Ulu (Keningau in Sabah; 185 screened, 37 positive)
11. Jalan Badak (Kinta and Kuala Kangsar in Perak; 57 screened, 23 positive)

Another 10 clusters ended today, leaving 484 active clusters across the country.

Another 4,525 patients were discharged, bringing total recoveries to 213,814.

However, seven more deaths were reported including a nine-year-old in Sabah with medulloblastoma or brain cancer, pushing the virus toll to 965.

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