Covid-19 (Sept 22): 14,990 new cases, record in Kelantan

Kelantan has the lowest vaccination rate in the country.

22/9/2021 10:13:00 AM

Covid-19 (Sept 22): 15,759 new cases, record in Kelantan

Kelantan has the lowest vaccination rate in the country.

The Health Ministry today reported 14,990 new Covid-19 cases, with Kelantan reporting record numbers.Kelantan (1,573) has the second lowest vaccination rate in the country and the number of hospital beds being used by Covid-19 patients is steadily rising.

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As of Sept 17, Kelantan, notably, has a very high"positivity" rate of 28.9 percent based on a seven-day average.As of last night, the R-naught for Kelantan was 0.99. Only four states have a R-naught of more than 1.00 - Pahang, Perak, Terengganu and Perak.

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