Thursday, February 18, 2021

Daily deaths hit new high of 25

2,712 new cases, 5,320 recoveries.

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5,320 sembuh, 2,712 positif Covid-19.

Daily deaths hit new high of 25

2,712 new cases, 5,320 recoveries.

China passenger trips plummet over CNY due to Covid-19 fears

Passenger traffic over the Lunar New Year break plunged 58% from last year to 97.7 million trips, according to preliminary estimates from the transport ministry, including journeys made via railways, roads, waterways and air.

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Another 2,712 Covid-19 cases were recorded today, taking total confirmed infections in the country to 274,875.

Selangor recorded 1,013 cases followed by Johor (426), Kuala Lumpur (212), Sarawak (200), Perak (198), Kedah (182), Penang (116) and Sabah (114).

Negeri Sembilan recorded 81 cases, Pahang 52, Kelantan 43, Melaka 38, Terengganu 19, Putrajaya seven, Perlis six and Labuan five.

Active cases stand at 38,763 with 227 in the ICU and 103 in need of respiratory assistance.

Seventeen new clusters were detected:

1. Jalan Bukit Kemuning (Klang in Selangor; 147 screened, 55 positive)
2. Jalan Industri Kidamai (Hulu Langat in Selangor; 510 screened, 22 positive)
3. Jalan Jitu (Klang in Selangor; 516 screened, 39 positive)
4. Jalan Hulu Tinggi (Petaling, Klang, Kuala Selangor and Gombak in Selangor; 800 screened, 61 positive)
5. Mayang (Petaling in Selangor; 52 screened, 24 positive)
6. Jalan Perindustrian Estate (Kulai, Kota Tinggi and Johor Bahru in Johor; 239 screened, 53 positive)
7. Jalan DPB Tiga (Johor Bahru in Johor; 97 screened, 41 positive)
8. Perindustrian Fasa Dua (Kulai and Kota Tinggi in Johor; 146 screened, 27 positive)
9. Jalan Sri Putri (Kulai in Johor; 30 screened, 22 positive)
10. Jalan Tebrau Dua (Johor Bahru in Johor; 96 screened, 12 positive)
11. Mediacity (Cheras, Titiwangsa and Lembah Pantai in Kuala Lumpur; 258 screened, 15 positive)
12. Jalan Changkat Jong (Hilir Perak and Perak Tengah in Perak; 471 screened, 166 positive)
13. Lot Satu (Penampang in Sabah; 11 screened, nine positive)
14. Lot Tujuh (Penampang in Sabah; 30 screened, eight positive)
15. Lintang Kampung Jawa (Seberang Perai Selatan, Barat Daya, Timur Laut, Seberang Perai Tengah and Seberang Perai Utara in Penang; 208 screened, 86 positive)
16. Jalan Telok Ira (Temerloh in Pahang; 263 screened, 47 positive)
17. Kampung Jawek (Besut in Terengganu; 146 screened, nine positive)

Another 10 ended, leaving 506 active clusters across the country.

Another 5,320 patients were discharged, bringing total recoveries to 235,082.

However, 25 more deaths were reported including a 100-year-old woman in Selangor and a three-year-old girl in Sabah, pushing the virus toll to 1,030.

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