KKM lapor 1,990 kes baharu Covid-19, 4 kematian | The Malaysian Insight

10/9/2022 5:12:00 AM

KKM lapor 1,990 kes baharu Covid-19, 4 kematian

KKM lapor 1,990 kes baharu Covid-19, 4 kematian

Seramai 21 pesakit ditempatkan di unit rawatan rapi, dengan 46 orang memerlukan alat bantuan pernafasan.

× Salin URL Seramai 21 pesakit Covid-19 ditempatkan di unit rawatan rapi, dengan 46 orang memerlukan alat bantuan pernafasan setakat semalam..The Health Ministry's CovidNow portal reported that 1,988 of Friday's new Covid-19 infections were local transmissions while there were two imported cases.× Copy URL Masks are no longer mandatory indoors and outdoors except for in hospitals and on public transport.

– Gambar fail The Malaysian Insight, 10 September, 2022.SEBANYAK 1,990 kes baharu Covid-19 dan empat kematian direkodkan semalam, menurut Kementerian Kesihatan (KKM).Data KKM di laman web CovidNow menunjukkan jumlah keseluruhan jangkitan dalam negara kini meningkat kepada 4,801,653 kes sejak pandemik melanda.A total of 1,287 Covid-19 patients, or 4.Bermula July 2018, akses bagi laporan penuh hanya untuk anda yang melanggan.Daftar sekarang dan nikmati satu (1) minggu akses percuma!.Sign-up now and enjoy one (1) week free access!.

Read more:
The Malaysian Insight »
Loading news...
Failed to load news.

Covid-19 (Sept 9): 1,990 new cases, 4 deathsActive cases continue to trend lower.

Covid-19: Daily cases dip below 2,000 mark with 1,990 new infectionsPETALING JAYA: Malaysia recorded 1,990 new Covid-19 cases on Friday (Sept 9), bringing the total number of infections in the country to 4,801,653 since the pandemic began.

1,990 new Covid cases, 4 deaths | The Malaysian InsightSelangor accounts for quarter of daily infections.

Pengusaha restoran arah pekerja terus pakai pelitup muka | The Malaysian InsightIni bagi mencegah penularan Covid-19 di premis dan di kalangan pekerja di samping faktor kebersihan.

Pelitup muka cegah penyakit lain selain Covid-19Bercakap kepada Utusan Malaysia, Pengarah Pusat Penyelidikan dan Pendidikan Penyakit Berjangkit Tropika (TIDREC) Universiti Malaya (UM), Prof. Dr. Sazaly Abu Bakar berkata, langkah itu disifatkan wajar meskipun kerajaan tidak lagi mewajibkan pemakaian…