Infected 178781 1948
Recovered 146929 2161
Active 29035 -213
Deaths 2817 0
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1-20 cases  
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Ranking District Total Active
1.Johor Bahru78079 (+791)12405
2.Kulai21155 (+183)4059
3.Muar18095 (+67)1606
4.Kluang14426 (+127)2079
5.Batu Pahat13721 (+278)3118
6.Kota Tinggi10097 (+130)1920
7.Pontian8423 (+136)1670
8.Tangkak6575 (+22)331
9.Segamat5930 (+171)1176
10.Mersing2280 (+43)671
11.Import Cases00


Johor Covid-19 task force to improve system used to screen, isolate, monitor and treat patients


The Johor Special Covid-19 Task Force has held its first meeting here to improve management of the pandemic in the state. Tunku Mahkota Johor Tunku Ismail Ibni Sultan Ibrahim said the task force would monitor and improve the system used to screen, isolate, monitor and treat Covid-19 patients. "This is to ensure that the pandemic is always under control. "Contact tracing needs to be accelerated so that it is done within 24 to 48 hours, and vaccination rates must also be increased," he said in a statement posted on Facebook here on Friday (Sept 17).

Johor Health Dept dismisses viral claims of 'many deaths' at HSI due to blackout as fake


The state Health Department has dismissed a viral social media post claiming that many patients at Sultan Ismail Hospital (HSI) had died following a blackout at the hospital. Johor Health director Datuk Dr Aman Rabu said a blackout did occur at the main building of HSI at 11.10pm on Tuesday night, but essential electrical supply still functioned. "Essential electrical supply continued to be fully functional through the supply from the generator. Initial inspection by the concession company found that the air circuit breaker had tripped. This caused the blackout and repair works were carried out. "Electricity supply to all parts of the hospital was fully restored at 9.30am this morning," he said in a statement.

Education hub turns venue into PPV


THE Public-Private Partnership Covid-19 Industry Immunisation Programme (Pikas) at EduCity Iskandar is helping to vaccinate up to 1,000 individuals from the manufacturing sector in Johor. EduCity managing director Wan Ahmad Saifuddin Wan Ahmad Radzi said the vaccination centre was set up at the EduCity Sports Complex on Aug 2. “It serves companies registered under International Trade and Industry Ministry in the Iskandar Puteri, Gelang Patah, Pekan Nanas, Senai, Kulai and Skudai areas.
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia