Sabah today recorded two new Covid-19 clusters – Sakti in Lahad Datu, and Tuguson in Kota Belud.
Of the five, Sabah and Selangor each have two, Negri Sembilan has one, says Noor Hisham.
Copy URLSabah today recorded two new Covid-19 clusters – Sakti in Lahad Datu, and Tuguson in Kota Belud. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Irwan Majid, October 29, 2020.A TOTAL of 85 cases have been recorded in five new Covid-19 clusters reported in the nation today, said Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
The director-general of health said of the 85, 33 were newly recorded cases in these clusters. Read more: TheMalaysianInsight »
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85 Covid-19 cases in 5 new clusters | The Malaysian InsightOf the five, Sabah and Selangor each have two, Negri Sembilan has one, says Noor Hisham.
Covid-19 (Oct 28): 801 new cases, active cases breach 10,000 markUPDATED 6.30PM | COVID-19 | The total number of active cases has reached 10,123.
Malaysia’s active Covid-19 cases breach 10,000-mark; 801 new cases, eight deaths today | Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR, Oct 28 — The Health Ministry today reported 801 new Covid-19 cases today and eight deaths in the past 24 hours. The number of active cases has crossed the 10,000-mark. Today’s deaths raise the tally to 246 since the virus broke out in Malaysia. MORE TO COME
MBSB Bank confirms 2 Covid-19 cases at JB regional office | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: MBSB Bank Bhd has confirmed that two of its employees at the Johor Baru (JB) regional office have tested positive for Covid-19 .
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