N.Sembilan
17/06/2020

Note: There is no detailed update from KKM N.Sembilan since 17/06/2020.
Infected 993 0
Recovered 871 0
Active 114 0
Deaths 8 0
Days of Zero Case x Fighting...

Total Cases

993
Total Infected Patients

871
87.7%

Total Recovered

8
0.8%

Total Deaths

Closed Cases

879
Cases which had an outcome

871
99.1%

Recovered

8
0.9%

Deaths

≥41 cases  
21-40 cases  
1-20 cases  
0 cases  
Ranking District Total Active
1.Seremban37810
2.Rembau35367
3.Import Cases20435
4.Tampin200
5.Jempol151
6.Port Dickson131
7.Kuala Pilah80
8.Jelebu20

News

Ten slapped with fines in PD for violating MCO

N.Sembilan

Ten people have been slapped with fines of RM1,000 each for violating the Covid-19 movement control order (MCO) here. District police chief Supt Aidi Sham Mohamad said three were given compounds after they were stopped at a roadblock in Lukut past midnight and told policemen that they were out to buy cigarettes. "Seven others were fined after they gathered at a field in Taman PD Utama to play football," he said, adding that the fines were issued over the past two days (Jan 27 and 28). The offenders, all locals, were aged from 20 to 50.

Negri Islamic Affairs Dept dismisses claims of mosque worshippers violating Covid-19 SOP

N.Sembilan

The Negri Sembilan Islamic Affairs Department has rubbished claims that worshippers who turned up at a mosque here to perform Friday prayers had failed to follow Covid-19 standard operating procedures (SOP). State director Datuk Mohd Zaidi Ramli said the number of worshippers who had turned up at Masjid At-Taqwa in Paroi numbered less than 900 although the mosque could accommodate 3,000 people. He said based on the SOP set by the state authorities, the mosque was allowed to take in 1,200 worshippers for Friday prayers.

Covid-19: 64.6 per cent drop in Rukun Tetangga activities in N.Sembilan this year

N.Sembilan

SEREMBAN: Rukun Tetangga activities in Negeri Sembilan recorded a decrease of 64.6 per cent to 606 activities from January to November, compared to 1,713 activities for the same period last year.
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia