Sabah
06/03/2021

Infected 53387 74
Recovered 51559 65
Active 1451 8
Deaths 377 1
Days of Zero Case x Fighting...

Total Cases

53387
Total Infected Patients

51559
96.6%

Total Recovered

377
0.7%

Total Deaths

Closed Cases

51936
Cases which had an outcome

51559
99.3%

Recovered

377
0.7%

Deaths

≥41 cases  
21-40 cases  
1-20 cases  
0 cases  
Ranking District Total Active
1.Kota Kinabalu12109 (+10)179
2.Tawau7308 (+10)108
3.Sandakan6688 (+3)103
4.Lahad Datu5497 (+7)62
5.Penampang3086 (+2)45
6.Tuaran274533
7.Semporna24407
8.Keningau1760 (+16)216
9.Putatan172617
10.Papar170722
11.Kudat1295 (+1)22
12.Kota Belud1040 (+1)27
13.Kinabatangan873103
14.Kunak805 (+2)29
15.Kalabakan764 (+6)93
16.Beaufort50210
17.Kota Marudu497 (+4)48
18.Ranau49011
19.Nabawan369 (+8)268
20.Pitas32910
21.Tambunan3243
22.Sipitang2792
23.Beluran278 (+3)23
24.Tenom2025
25.Kuala Penyu1312
26.Telupid99 (+1)3
27.Tongod440

News

5,858 vaccinated in Sabah so far, says Masidi

Sabah

A total of 5,858 people in Sabah have received the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine as of Saturday (March 6), says Datuk Masidi Manjun. The state Local Government and Housing Minister said this was based on the report by Sabah's Covid-19 Immunisation Task Force (CITF). "The CITF target is for 42,164 people (under Phase 1) to be vaccinated here," he said in a statement on Saturday. Sabah received its first batch of vaccines on Feb 25, and the state-level programme was launched on Thursday (March 4).

4,950 frontliners in Sabah’s interior to receive Covid-19 vaccine starting today, says deputy minister

Sabah

A total of 4,950 frontliners in the interior of Sabah will receive the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine in the first phase of the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme, beginning today. Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Economy) Datuk Arthur Joseph Kurup said all the first phase recipients are expected to complete the vaccination process by mid-April. “A total of 22 locations of public facilities including the community and cultural halls have been identified as the Vaccine Distribution Centres throughout the Sabah interior zone namely Keningau, Tambunan, Nabawan, and Tenom,” he said.

Sabah allows inter-district travel within zones, except in Nabawan

Sabah

The Sabah government has agreed to allow inter-district travel according to zones starting Friday. State Covid-19 spokesman Datuk Masidi Manjun said the decision was made following requests from many people, especially from the tourism sector which has been allowed to resume operations. Sabah had yesterday stated it will not allow the people to cross districts due to the risks despite it being placed under the Recovery Movement Control Order starting Friday. "Taking into consideration that some people are also working in other districts, the zoning will enable the public to cross districts without having to pass through road blocks.
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia