Note: There is no detailed update from KKM Kedah since 06/04/2021.
Infected 8601 27
Recovered 8283 21
Active 291 6
Deaths 27 0
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≥41 cases  
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1-20 cases  
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Ranking District Total Active
1.Kota Setar2828 (+1)17
2.Kuala Muda2729 (+12)153
3.Kulim1533 (+9)54
4.Baling535 (+3)39
5.Kubang Pasu2725
8.Pendang115 (+1)5
9.Bandar Bahru104 (+1)4
11.Padang Terap570


Kedah to expand Covid-19 vaccination facilities, says MB


The Kedah government will expand and improve its vaccination facilities after the state managed to obtain more vaccine supplies from the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (Mosti). Mentri Besar Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor said Kedah received 226,000 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine a week compared to 80,000 doses previously, hence the state government through the Covid-19 Immunisation Special Task Force (CITF) needed to speed up the vaccination process in the state. “We will open a mega vaccination centre (PPV) at SP Sport Centre (in Sungai Petani) with a capacity of 5,000 doses per day in collaboration with ProtectHealth Corporation Sdn Bhd, making it the largest integrated PPV in Kedah. The PPV will start operating on August 6,” he said in a statement here today.

Forty-two Sultan Abdul Halim Hospital staff found positive for Covid-19, says Kedah Health director


Forty-two staff of Sultan Abdul Halim Hospital (HSAH) in Sungai Petani were detected positive for Covid-19 as at today, said Kedah Health director Dr Othman Warijo. The hospital employees comprising doctors and nurses are now undergoing quarantine in their respective homes. “Earlier, 30 staff were infected with Covid-19 and 12 more were infected (since yesterday and today) and are in quarantine at home as they are in category one and two infection. “We have not confirmed if they were infected with the Delta, Beta or the old variant,” he told reporters today.

42 Sungai Petani hospital workers infected, undetermined if viruses are variants


A total of 42 healthcare workers at Sultan Abdul Halim Hospital (HSAH) have contracted Covid-19 as of Friday (July 9), but there is no confirmation on if these involve coronavirus variants. "There is still no confirmation if they contracted variants of concern or of interest," said Kedah Health Department director Dr Othman Warijo. He was commenting on a report that 30 members of the hospital's staff, including doctors, nurses and cleaners were reported to have contracted the more infectious variants Delta and Beta Covid-19 variants. "The hospital recorded 12 more cases, all of whom are at Stage 1 and 2 and are being home quarantined, "
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia