Perak
23/11/2020

Note: There is no detailed update from KKM Perak since 23/11/2020.
Infected 1185 81
Recovered 634 51
Active 538 30
Deaths 13 0
Days of Zero Case x Fighting...

Total Cases

1185
Total Infected Patients

634
53.5%

Total Recovered

13
1.1%

Total Deaths

Closed Cases

647
Cases which had an outcome

634
98%

Recovered

13
2%

Deaths

≥41 cases  
21-40 cases  
1-20 cases  
0 cases  
Ranking District Total Active
1.Kinta349 (+39)194
2.Larut, Matang, Selama262 (+1)129
3.Hilir Perak175 (+1)115
4.Kuala Kangsar141 (+1)34
5.Kerian7912
6.Manjung545
7.Kampar42 (+37)40
8.Batang Padang191
9.Perak Tengah191
10.Bagan Datuk171
11.Hulu Perak17 (+2)5
12.Muallim111

News

Pangkor Island expected to open to fully-vaccinated tourists on Nov 1, says Perak exco

Perak

Pangkor Island is expected to reopen to tourists who are fully vaccinated from November 1, said Perak Housing, Local Government and Tourism Committee chairman Datuk Nolee Ashilin Mohammed Radzi. However, she said the decision to reopen the island is subject to the approval of National Security Council after all information, requirements and standard operating procedure (SOP) have been tabled by the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry. “Based on the latest information received, only 87 individuals of the 8,026 residents including tour operators have not been vaccinated due to health problems or are undergoing quarantine as they have been in close contacts or were infected with Covid-19.

Pink-tagged workers in viral photos were actually on the way to quarantine

Perak

The photos of factory workers with pink Covid-19 tags walking around Sungai Siput are actually of the workers heading back for quarantine, say police. Sungai Siput OCPD Supt Mohd Khaizam Ahmad Shahabudin said the workers had just undergone Covid-19 screening and six of them tested positive. “The tests were conducted by the Kuala Kangsar district health office on Aug 19.

70 funeral workers in Ipoh get their first jabs

Perak

About 70 funeral workers here have received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine following calls from their association to do so. Perak Non-Muslim Funeral Industry Welfare Association chairman Ng Chuen Wai said all the workers got their first jab on Wednesday (Aug 11). "Some of us, including myself, got the jab earlier after getting a notification from the MySejahtera app. "A majority of the workers got the first dose thanks to Perak Youth Assembly Malim Nawar representative Wong Chin Ho and the state Health director," he said when contacted.
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia