Pahang
03/03/2021

Infected 3835 36
Recovered 3691 15
Active 130 21
Deaths 14 0
Days of Zero Case x Fighting...

Total Cases

3835
Total Infected Patients

3691
96.2%

Total Recovered

14
0.4%

Total Deaths

Closed Cases

3705
Cases which had an outcome

3691
99.6%

Recovered

14
0.4%

Deaths

≥41 cases  
21-40 cases  
1-20 cases  
0 cases  
Ranking District Total Active
1.Bentong16544
2.Kuantan939 (+8)39
3.Temerloh35839
4.Maran246 (+1)9
5.Pekan175 (+26)30
6.Jerantut144 (+1)6
7.Rompin1002
8.Raub770
9.Bera681
10.Lipis560
11.Cameron180
12.Import Cases00

News

Pahang MB among 100 to receive Covid-19 vaccine on Friday

Pahang

Pahang Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail will be among the first to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine here on Friday. Wan Rosdy said a total of 100 frontliners including policemen were scheduled to receive the first dose of the vaccines about 3pm on that day. "Frontliners in Pahang will be the first to receive the vaccines after the federal authorities. The first phase here will include policemen and also state assemblyman but only 100 will receive their jabs on Friday.

EMCO at 10 housing areas around Jalan Telok Ira, Temerloh, Pahang until March 6, says Ismail Sabri

Pahang

An enhanced MCO will be enacted in several housing areas along Jalan Telok Ira, Temerloh, Pahang. "The Health Ministry has confirmed that there is a drastic increase in cases there, with 72 cases reported positive from inhabitants from those in the housing areas. "After a risk analysis was conducted and with the advice of the Health Ministry, an EMCO will be enacted at 10 'tamans' there," said Senior Minister (Security) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob in his daily Covid-19 statement Saturday (Feb 20). The EMCO there will begin on Feb 21, and end on March 6.

EMCO at Bandar Muadzam Shah to end Saturday (Feb 20), two days ahead of schedule

Pahang

The enhanced movement control order at Bandar Muadzam Shah in Pahang will end ahead of schedule, says Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob. "The Health Ministry had conducted 886 Covid-19 tests in the locality and 36 positive cases were recorded. However, the Ministry confirms that the infection rate there is controlled, with the last positive case recorded on Feb 4, with no more samples pending results," the Defence Minister said in a statement Friday (Feb 19). As such, the enhanced MCO there will end on Satruday (Feb 20), two days ahead of schedule.
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia