Infected 56917 705
Recovered 47331 733
Active 9034 -28
Deaths 552 0
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Ranking District Total Active
1.Kuantan24876 (+273)3981
2.Bentong7847 (+39)372
3.Temerloh7613 (+118)1954
4.Jerantut3165 (+1)435
5.Bera2523 (+31)248
6.Maran2406 (+28)273
7.Pekan2040 (+72)437
8.Lipis1924 (+52)533
9.Rompin1695 (+59)445
10.Raub1421 (+19)103
11.Cameron1312 (+13)251
13.Import Cases00


Two villages in Pahang to go under EMCO


Two Orang Asli villages in Pahang will be placed under the 14-day Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) from midnight today (Sept 20) to curb the spread of Covid-19. National Security Council (NSC) director-general Datuk Rodzi Md Saad said the EMCO would end on Oct 3. "The two villages are Kampung Orang Asli Sungai Koi, Hulu Cheka in Jerantut and Kampung Orang Asli Ulu Pareh in Bentong," he said in a statement today. Rodzi said the EMCO at Taman Pantai Lok Kawi in Papar, Sabah which was to end tomorrow (Sept 20), would be extended until Oct 4.

Pahang ready to move into Phase 3 of NRP after meeting threshold indicators, says MB


Pahang is expected to move into Phase 3 of the National Recovery Plan (NRP) very soon after meeting all the threshold indicators set, says Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail (pic). He said these include the percentage of those fully vaccinated, intensive care unit bed usage, and the state’s low Covid-19 infection numbers. "Data shows that 40 per cent of the state's 480,000 adult population have completed two doses of vaccine, which is one of the indicators set for phase three,” he told reporters after the launch of the 2021 Fly the Jalur Gemilang campaign at the Kuantan City Council (MBK) here on Monday (Aug 23).

Pahang has the highest R-naught of 1.24


Pahang has the highest Covid-19 infectivity rate or R-naught (Rt) in the country as of July 5. Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said the state recorded an Rt of 1.24, as opposed to the country's national Rt which now stood at 1.07. Other states with an Rt of more than 1.0 are Putrajaya (1.17), Kuala Lumpur (1.10), Selangor (1.09), Melaka (1.08), Kedah (1.06), Penang (1.05) and Sabah (1.04). Perlis is the only state that has recorded an Rt of 0.
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia