KUALA LUMPUR – The Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre (CPRC) announced that nine districts in Selangor have recorded red zone since last Wednesday after the last orange district in the state turned red since 24 December.
The Klang district recorded the highest number of Covid-19 positive cases with 3,475 cases, followed by the Petaling district with 1,415 cases.
Hulu Langat recorded 1,225 cases, Gombak 978 cases, Kuala Selangor 380 cases, Kuala Langat 304 cases, Sepang 297 cases, Hulu Selangor 61 cases and Sabak Bernam 58 cases.
Besides that, four provinces in Kuala Kuala Lumpur also recorded red zones namely, the Pantai Valley (2,467 cases), Titiwangsa (747 cases), Kepong (591 cases) and Cheras (574 cases).
Putrajaya also fell into the red zone with 49 Covid-19 positive cases.
Melaka is still recording one red zone at Melaka Tengah with 22 cases, meanwhile, two other districts in Melaka are have fallen into the red zone, namely, Jasin with 255 cases and Alor Gajah with 108 cases.
Sabah maintained the most number of Covid-19 red zones with 11 districts and there is no case in two of its districts which are in the green zone.
Yesterday, Sabah recorded 3,243 cases with 675 cases in Kota Kinabalu, Lahad Datu (468 cases), Penampang (410 cases), Tawau (379 cases), Sandakan (324 cases), Tuaran (230 cases), Papar (137 cases), Putatan (131 cases), Ranau (113 cases), Kota Belud (69 cases) and Semporna (49 cases).
The two green zones in Sabah are namely, the Tambunan and Nabawan with zero Covid-19 cases.
Seven districts in Johor recorded an increment of over 40 cases in Johor Bahru (834 cases) followed by Kluang (670 cases).
Other districts include Kota Tinggi 160, Batu Pahat 132, Pontian 93, Kulai 72 and Muar with 46 Covid-19 positive cases.
Penang recorded three red zones. The Timur Laut district led the score with 291 cases followed by Barat Daya 177 and South Seberang Perai with 42 cases.
Perak also recorded three red zones at Hilir Perak (377), Kinta (89) and the Larut Matang Selama district with 53 cases.
On the other hand, four states recorded one red zone each in Kedah, Kelantan, Negeri Sembilan and Pahang.
The Seremban district in Negeri Sembilan recorded the highest number of Covid-19 cases with 871 cases followed by Kota Bharu in Kelantan with 99 cases, Bentong in Pahang with 95 cases and Kota Setar in Kedah with 54 cases.
Sarawak is getting closer to the green zone by recording only five cases in the state, namely, two in Sibu and one each in Kuching, Serian and Lawas. -MalaysiaGazette