Note: There is no detailed update from KKM Kelantan since 25/08/2021.
Infected 69771 1424
Recovered 52295 1279
Active 17110 140
Deaths 366 5
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1-20 cases  
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Ranking District Total Active
1.Kota Bharu25140 (+444)5370
2.Pasir Mas7977 (+173)2078
3.Tumpat6978 (+148)2120
4.Bachok6255 (+136)2014
5.Pasir Puteh5577 (+127)1256
6.Tanah Merah5351 (+158)1428
7.Machang3157 (+33)580
8.Gua Musang2569 (+114)956
9.Import Cases2426 (+26)221
10.Kuala Krai2298 (+26)530
11.Jeli2043 (+39)557


Kelantan to get single-dose CanSino vaccine by month end


Kelantan is expected to receive 18,000 single-dose CanSino vaccine in stages beginning Sept 23, said Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba. He said the vaccine would be sent to Gua Musang and Kuala Krai to enable those living in the interior areas to be vaccinated against Covid-19. He said the single-dose vaccine would not only be given to the Orang Asli but also villagers staying in these areas. "There are 7,000 Orang Asli's in Kelantan who are expected to receive the single-dose vaccine while the rest will be given to others," he told a Press conference after visiting a vaccination centre (PPV) in Tunjong here today.

More than 50 Kelantan PPVs allow walk-in vaccination to locals


More than 50 Covid-19 vaccination centres (PPVs) in Kelantan have been directed to allow walk-in vaccinations These PPVs are mostly in the Kota Baru district, and they allow locals to walk-in in an effort to expedite the state-level Covid-19 National Immunisation Programme (NIP). Apart from schools and community halls, these walk-in PPVs are also set up at health clinics, mosques and district councils. State Local Government, Health and Housing Committee chairman Dr Izani Husin said these PPVs had begun allowing walk-ins since Sunday.

Kelantanese swarm PPVs on second day of walk-in vaccinations


The second day of the walk-in vaccination in Kelantan saw more people flock to Covid-19 vaccination centres (PPV) to get their jabs. The visitors, ranging from young adults to the elderly, mostly comprised those who have yet to get their appointment dates on MySejahtera. One of them was housewife Fauziah Kamaruddin, 52, of Pengkalan Chepa, who was accompanied by her 32-year-old daughter Fazlily Kamaruzaman. Fazlily said they arrived at the PPV at the As-Salam mosque here about 9.30am.
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia