Kedah
06/03/2021

Infected 7710 11
Recovered 7508 25
Active 177 -14
Deaths 25 0
Days of Zero Case x Fighting...

Total Cases

7710
Total Infected Patients

7508
97.4%

Total Recovered

25
0.3%

Total Deaths

Closed Cases

7533
Cases which had an outcome

7508
99.7%

Recovered

25
0.3%

Deaths

≥41 cases  
21-40 cases  
1-20 cases  
0 cases  
Ranking District Total Active
1.Kota Setar26996
2.Kuala Muda2351 (+7)97
3.Kulim1335 (+4)51
4.Baling4366
5.Kubang Pasu2620
6.Sik1603
7.Yan1572
8.Pendang1062
9.Langkawi770
10.Bandar Bahru759
11.Padang Terap521

News

Kedah MB gets his Covid-19 vaccination, urges public to have positive attitude to immunisation programme

Kedah

Kedah Mentri Besar Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor, state Health Committee chairman Datuk Dr Mohd Hayati Othman and Kedah Health director Dr Mohd Fikri Ujang received their Pfizer-BionNTech Covid-19 vaccine jabs at Wisma Darul Aman here on Sunday (Feb 28) afternoon. The inoculations were done in the foyer of Block E in Wisma Darul Aman. Sanusi, 48, was the first non-medical personnel in the state to receive the Covid-19 vaccination here at 5.05pm followed shortly after by Dr Hayati and Dr Fikri. Also getting their jabs on Sunday were three medical officers from the district Health Departments - Abdul Rahim Zakaria, Muhammad Hafiz Ibrahim and M. Shaarvin Raj.

Vaccination programme brings ray of hope for Pekan Rabu traders

Kedah

Petty traders at the Pekan Rabu Complex here who have been hard-pressed by a scarcity of customers due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic since about a year ago are seeing a ray of hope now that the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme (NCIP) will be getting underway soon. The complex used to be thronged with people especially on weekends and festive seasons but nowadays most traders there have to shake off boredom while waiting for the occasional customer. But following the government announcement that the NCIP will begin on Feb 26, the traders are seeing new hope that it will be “business as usual” in a matter of time.

Covid-19 outbreak detected in religious centre in Kulim

Kedah

A Covid-19 outbreak involving a religious centre has been detected in Kulim, Kedah. The outbreak has 34 confirmed cases so far, and is one of the seven new Covid-19 clusters, identified by the Health Ministry on Tuesday (Jan 26). Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said the cluster, dubbed “Keladi Saga”, was linked to infections in Kampung Keladi and Taman Saga in Kulim. “Since Jan 21,49 people linked to the cluster have been screened with 34 of them tested positive, ” he said in a statement.
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia