KUALA LUMPUR – Two more districts in the Peninsular of Malaysia and Sabah have been categorised as the Covid-19 red zone yesterday. According to the Ministry of Health (MOH), the Seremban and Kinabatangan districts are the two latest districts which recorded more than 40 Covid-19 positive cases.
Thus, the two areas have been classified as the red zones, turning the total red zones in the country to 28 areas with 16 of them being recorded in Sabah.
MOH has reported 50 Covid-19 positive case in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan and 42 cases in Kinabatangan, Sabah.
Kota Kinabalu has recoreded the highest Covid-19 positive cases with 1,582 cases, followed by Semporna with 971 cases.
Sandakan (747), Tawau (962), Timur Laut district in Penang (402), Tuaran (444), Petaling distric with 481 cases and Lahad Datu (558).
Meanwhile, Papar (245), Klang district (185), Penampang (222), Putatan (208), Kota Belud (103), Seberang Perai Selatan (115), Larut Matang Selama (76), Hulu Langat (172), Gombak (117), Labuan (110), Kunak (101), Kuala Langat (97), Ranau (52), Keningau (60), Beaufort (51), Kudat (98) and Titiwangsa (43).
Meanwhile, the Kota Setar district recorded a drastic drop with only 272 cases being recorded as of yesterday.
Meanwhile, Tambunan in Sabah has left the red zone after the area recorded less than 40 Covid-19 positive cases. –MalaysiaGazette