Selangor Has The Highest Covid-19 Infectivity Rate In The Country, Higher Than National Average
Actually, seven states have infectivity rates higher than the average.
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Selangor has the highest daily infectivity rate in Malaysia (RT) for Covid-19 with 1.13, based on the numbers posted by Health Director General Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah online.
It’s higher than the national average which is at 0.99.
The state is not the only one which has a higher infectivity rate as the other states such as Johor, Melaka, Kuala Lumpur, Sarawak, Pahang and Terengganu also recorded RT of higher than 0.99.
Below is the list from highest infectivity rate to the lowest according to state:
- Selangor – 1.13
- Johor – 1.12
- Melaka – 1.09
- Kuala Lumpur – 1.06
- Sarawak – 1.05
- Pahang – 1.01
- Terengganu – 1.00
- Perak – 0.95
- Penang – 0.92
- Negeri Sembilan – 0.89
- Labuan – 0.88
- Kedah – 0.86
- Sabah – 0.85
- Putrajaya – 0.80
- Kelantan – 0.76
- Perlis – 0.62
Kadar kebolehjangkitan Covid-19 atau Ro/Rt pada jangkaan mengikut kes seharian pada 5— Noor Hisham Abdullah (@DGHisham) February 5, 2021
Februari 2021 untuk seluruh negara adalah 0.99. Manakala pecahan mengikut negeri adalah seperti di lampiran. pic.twitter.com/E3pXfalxKg
To understand the real situation of the pandemic in the country, Dr Noor Hisham said there are five indicators that need to be evaluated:
- Infection rate (Ro / Rt)
- Number of deaths
- Number of infected health workers
- The ability of hospitals to provide beds to treat patients
- Ability of public and private laboratories to conduct screening tests
4. Kemampuan hospital menyediakan katil untuk merawat pesakit, dan— KKMalaysia🇲🇾 (@KKMPutrajaya) February 6, 2021
5. Kemampuan makmal awam dan swasta untuk menjalankan ujian saringan.
Beliau berkata demikian pada sesi libat urus bersama media secara maya, semalam, 5 Feb 2021. @DrAdhamBaba@DrNoorAzmi pic.twitter.com/W103rk7aWN
Selangor recorded 1,228 cases on 5 February 2021, taking the number of cumulative cases to 75,297.
Based on the data from the Selangor Task Force Covid-19, the state has 4,185 active cases as of yesterday.
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