No More Green Zones In The Peninsular, Based On Stats From Health Ministry
Sarawak still has Green Zone districts, but they’re dwindling.
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There are no more Covid-19 Green Zone districts in the peninsula. Furthermore based on data from the Health Ministry, five states and three Federal Territories are classified as Red Zones. They are:
- The Federal Territories (Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan)
In the span of 14 days, 43,345 new cases were recorded nationwide with Selangor continuing to record the highest number of cases with 14,129 followed by Sabah (6,097); Johor (5,340); Federal Territories (5,306); Penang (2,384) and Sarawak (1,922).
Here’s the breakdown of the districts with the most number of infections:
- Petaling Jaya (4,048)
- Klang (3,345)
- Hulu Langat (2,849)
- Johor Bahru (2,038)
- Lembah Pantai (1,928)
- Kepong (1,500)
- Sepang (1,163)
- Titiwangsa (1,311)
- Gombak (1,035)
As for Sarawak, only six remaining Green Zones districts are currently placed under the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO), namely Mukah, Lundu, Lawas, Daro, Matu and Saratok, but these too may change.
Meanwhile, Kuching, Miri, Sibu, Kanowit and Beluru have been classified as Red Zones after cases have steadily risen in those areas.
Situasi semasa seluruh negara berdasarkan pergerakan 14 hari kes #COVID19.— KKMalaysia🇲🇾 (@KKMPutrajaya) January 24, 2021
Hampir seluruh negara dalam zon merah kecuali Sarawak yang masih ada 6 zon hijau.
Hadkan pergerakan untuk elak jangkitan kerana virus ini sudah berada dalam komuniti kita. #JagaNegaraKita🇲🇾 pic.twitter.com/f7xpg5PpVo
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