Kelantan
18/06/2021

Infected 33096 200
Recovered 29371 286
Active 3538 -86
Deaths 187 0
Days of Zero Case x Fighting...

Total Cases

33096
Total Infected Patients

29371
88.7%

Total Recovered

187
0.6%

Total Deaths

Closed Cases

29558
Cases which had an outcome

29371
99.4%

Recovered

187
0.6%

Deaths

≥41 cases  
21-40 cases  
1-20 cases  
0 cases  
Ranking District Total Active
1.Kota Bharu13864 (+65)1421
2.Pasir Mas4296 (+23)396
3.Tumpat3191 (+5)367
4.Tanah Merah2455 (+7)205
5.Bachok2386 (+25)264
6.Machang1767 (+3)107
7.Pasir Puteh1600 (+33)267
8.Import Cases1340 (+1)125
9.Kuala Krai938 (+18)73
10.Jeli711 (+4)138
11.Gua Musang548 (+16)175

News

Residents in the interior of Kelantan to receive single-dose CanSino vaccine, says Khairy

Kelantan

The government will be supplying the Covid-19 CanSino vaccine to Kelantan in July to vaccinate residents living in the interior including Orang Asli. National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme coordinating minister Khairy Jamaluddin (pic) however said the total number of vaccine doses to be distributed to Kelantan will be announced later after the government had acquired the vaccine next month. "The one-dose vaccine is important to facilitate the authorities in vaccinating residents in the interior including Orang Asli in Gua Musang, Kuala Krai and so on, as there is no need to enter the areas twice,” he said.

Kelantan to conduct house-to-house Covid-19 vaccination

Kelantan

Kelantan State Health Department (JKNK) is expected to carry out house-to-house Covid-19 vaccinations once the exercise involving public and temporary vaccination centres (PPV) is completed. Its director, Datuk Dr Zaini Hussin, said the department plans to do this when the vaccination exercise, including its outreach programme, ends in September or October. "If the outreach programme can be completed quickly, we will begin to administer house-to-house vaccination for persons with disabilities (PwD), the bedridden and others,” he said when contacted by Bernama here on Monday (June 14).

PwD vaccine recipients given special treatment at UMK PPV

Kelantan

Various facilities such as wheelchairs, fast lanes and special rooms are being provided for the comfort of people with disabilities (PwD) at the Universiti Malaysia Kelantan (UMK) Vaccination Centre (PPV) here. UMK PPV chief coordinator Dr Nurul Husna Abu Bakar said as soon as a PwD arrives at the centre, volunteers from the Malaysian Civil Defence Force (APM) or UMK students will help them with the wheelchairs and they would be directed to the special lane. "After they have gone through the registration process, they (PwD) will be ushered to a special air-conditioned room to see that they are comfortable and speedily attended to. "We have ensured that there are sufficient number of wheelchairs for use, and the process to get the vaccine is much faster for the group through four counters," she told Bernama when met at UMK PPV here on Monday (June 14).
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia