Sabah
11/07/2021

Note: There is no detailed update from KKM Sabah since 11/07/2021.
Infected 72313 271
Recovered 68208 190
Active 3546 81
Deaths 559 0
Days of Zero Case x Fighting...

Total Cases

72313
Total Infected Patients

68208
94.3%

Total Recovered

559
0.8%

Total Deaths

Closed Cases

68767
Cases which had an outcome

68208
99.2%

Recovered

559
0.8%

Deaths

≥41 cases  
21-40 cases  
1-20 cases  
0 cases  
Ranking District Total Active
1.Kota Kinabalu15376 (+61)918
2.Tawau11328 (+24)408
3.Sandakan7813 (+17)173
4.Lahad Datu6584 (+4)74
5.Penampang3860 (+12)93
6.Tuaran3269 (+2)46
7.Semporna276579
8.Papar2587 (+5)87
9.Keningau2468 (+18)86
10.Kudat2342 (+16)367
11.Putatan2324 (+19)165
12.Kota Belud1731 (+3)175
13.Kunak161648
14.Kalabakan1487 (+3)32
15.Kinabatangan132736
16.Beaufort1132 (+70)348
17.Kota Marudu66642
18.Pitas630 (+14)283
19.Nabawan6216
20.Ranau549 (+3)4
21.Sipitang3758
22.Tambunan36011
23.Beluran2900
24.Kuala Penyu26731
25.Tenom2481
26.Telupid1880
27.Tongod11025

News

Sabah to start vaccinating teens aged 12 to 17 tomorrow

Sabah

Sabah will proceed with inoculating teenagers despite the vaccination rate among its adult population still being below 80 per cent. Chief Minister Datuk Seri Hajiji Noor said the vaccinations would start tomorrow for those aged between 12 and 17. He said the matter was decided at the cabinet meeting here today. "This was also in line with the Health Ministry's stand to get as many adolescents in the high-risk group to be vaccinated. It is also in anticipation of the reopening of schools starting Oct 3," he said in a statement.

Covid-19 vaccination requirement for employees, customers in trade and distribution sectors delayed to Sept 21

Sabah

Enforcement of the standard operating procedures (SOPs) requiring employees and customers in the trade and distribution sectors, restaurants and supermarkets to be fully vaccinated in order to enter the premises will be deferred to September 21, when Sabah achieves its target of vaccinating 60 per cent of the adult population. Local Government and Housing Minister Datuk Seri Panglima Masidi Manjun said the SOP was initially announced to take effect after September 15. However, he said only 52 per cent of the adult population in Sabah were vaccinated as of Sunday.

Sabah's daily Covid-19 cases dip below 2,000 again

Sabah

Sabah's daily Covid-19 cases dipped for the fourth time this month to below 2,000 daily cases. State Covid-19 spokesman Datuk Seri Masidi Manjun said that the state recorded 1,717 cases with Kota Kinabalu seeing a significant drop. The state has been seeing an average of over 2,000 cases daily in August and saw numbers drop below 2,000 for three days from Sept 4 to 6. But, it again went up to above 2,000 cases over the last five days.
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia