Pahang
05/05/2021

Infected 5415 49
Recovered 4963 11
Active 433 38
Deaths 19 0
Days of Zero Case x Fighting...

Total Cases

5415
Total Infected Patients

4963
91.7%

Total Recovered

19
0.4%

Total Deaths

Closed Cases

4982
Cases which had an outcome

4963
99.6%

Recovered

19
0.4%

Deaths

≥41 cases  
21-40 cases  
1-20 cases  
0 cases  
Ranking District Total Active
1.Bentong1871 (+6)56
2.Kuantan1490 (+20)150
3.Temerloh500 (+2)28
4.Maran3185
5.Pekan293 (+1)1
6.Rompin2722
7.Raub257 (+18)161
8.Jerantut19112
9.Bera10113
10.Lipis94 (+1)2
11.Cameron28 (+1)3
12.Import Cases00

News

Two of 22 Ramadan bazaars ordered to close may now operate

Pahang

Two Ramadan bazaars in Temerloh, which were among the 22 bazaars ordered to close after being categorised as Covid-19 high risk spots, have been been the green light to resume operation. State National Security Council (NSC) chairman Mohd Zairasyahil Shah Zakaria said operators at the Lurah Semantan (near Sungai Pahang) and the Temerloh Jaya Ramadan bazaar, both in Temerloh, could operate as usual.

MCO: Ramadan bazaar traders in Raub town allowed to trade elsewhere, says district council president

Pahang

The Raub District Council has allowed Ramadan bazaar traders in Raub town who are unable to continue operations following the implementation of the movement control order (MCO) in the area, to do business in other locations. Raub District Council president Datuk Mohammad Shahid Ismail said traders could choose any suitable place as long as it did not disrupt traffic and endanger road users.

Ismail Sabri: Two more localities in Temerloh, Sri Aman under EMCO from tomorrow

Pahang

Two more localities will be placed under the enhanced movement control order (EMCO) from tomorrow until May 13, namely at Taman Seri Desa in Temerloh, Pahang, and SMK Melugu, Sri Aman, Sarawak. Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said this was due to the high rate of infections at both places.
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia