However, there are still many states which are above the national average.
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Malaysia’s Covid-19 infectivity rate (RT) is at 0.97 as of 7 June, according to Director-General Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
That makes yesterday the second day in a row that the rate recorded is below the 1.0 R value, with the country seeing a steady decline from 29 May 2021 when the rate was 1.16.
Some states have also seen improvements as they recorded below 1.0:
- Penang (0.98)
- Kelantan (0.97)
- Putrajaya (0.93)
- Kedah (0.95)
- Terengganu (0.96)
- Perlis (0.92)
However, there are still many states which are above the 1.0 RT:
- Selangor (1.03)
- Sabah (1.16)
- Johor (1.01)
- Melaka (1.03)
- Kuala Lumpur (1.04)
- Labuan (1.26)
- Negeri Sembilan (1.17)
- Perak (1.01)
- Sarawak (1.04)
Kadar kebolehjangkitan Covid-19 atau Ro/Rt pada jangkaan mengikut kes seharian pada 7 hb Jun 2021 untuk seluruh negara adalah 0.97.. Manakala pecahan mengikut negeri adalah seperti di lampiran. pic.twitter.com/fKxALV1HlE— Noor Hisham Abdullah (@DGHisham) June 7, 2021
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