Sarawak
22/01/2021

Infected 2931 229
Recovered 1465 142
Active 1442 85
Deaths 24 2
Days of Zero Case x Fighting...

Total Cases

2931
Total Infected Patients

1465
50%

Total Recovered

24
0.8%

Total Deaths

Closed Cases

1489
Cases which had an outcome

1465
98.4%

Recovered

24
1.6%

Deaths

≥41 cases  
21-40 cases  
1-20 cases  
0 cases  
Ranking District Total Active
1.Sibu1006 (+168)817
2.Kuching875 (+9)74
3.Miri333 (+28)178
4.Kanowit141 (+7)127
5.Kota Samarahan1279
6.Bintulu105 (+1)41
7.Beluru6258
8.Betong3417
9.Dalat2826
10.Sebauh2722
11.Serian273
12.Sri Aman21 (+7)12
13.Sarikei1912
14.Lubok Antu17 (+7)13
15.Limbang151
16.Lawas120
17.Simunjan113
18.Asajaya92
19.Selangau96
20.Lundu80
21.Tebedu81
22.Bau70
23.Maradong62
24.Julau55
25.Subis4 (+2)4
26.Kapit33
27.Belaga22
28.Daro21
29.Pusa20
30.Bukit Mabong11
31.Matu10
32.Mukah10
33.Pakan11
34.Saratok11
35.Tanjung Manis10
36.Kabong00
37.Marudi00
38.Song00
39.Tatau00
40.Telang Usan00

News

Sarawak records highest daily new cases, two deaths

Sarawak

Sarawak has recorded two more Covid-19 fatalities today with the highest number of new daily cases at 229 cases. State Disaster Management Committee chairman Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas said Sibu reported the highest number of positive cases today with 168 cases, followed by Kuching (nine), Kanowit (seven), Sri Aman (seven), Lubok Antu (seven), Subis (two) and Bintulu (one), which raised cumulative cases in the state to 2,931. “There is an increase of 112 cases involving the Pasai Cluster in Sibu, taking the total infection tally to 1,094. A total of 10,250 people were screened, of which 7,500 people came out negative and 1,656 others are awaiting their results,” he said at the daily press conference on Covid-19 today.

Sarawak Health director: 13 Sibu Hospital staff test positive for Covid-19

Sarawak

A total of 13 staff from Sibu Hospital have tested positive for Covid-19, said State Health director Dr Chin Zin Hing. He said the staff concerned have since been admitted to the hospital for quarantine and treatment. “We have also traced all their close contacts, quarantined and screened them to test whether they are Covid-19 positive or not,” he told a press conference today. In view of this, he said it was inevitable that there will be a shortage of staff at Sibu Hospital.

Sarawak records 156 new Covid-19 cases, mostly in Sibu

Sarawak

Sarawak reported 156 new Covid-19 cases on Tuesday (Jan 19), with the bulk continuing to come from Sibu. Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah said 65 cases were recorded in Sibu, including 33 linked to the Pasai cluster which stemmed from a funeral at a longhouse in Pasai Siong, from Dec 29 to 31. Other districts which reported new cases were Miri with 28, Kanowit (24), Beluru (15), Sarikei (10), Sebauh (three), Kuching, Bintulu, Subis (all two each), and Dalat, Belaga, Meradong, Samarahan and Daro (all one each). The state's tally of confirmed cases now stands at 2,367.

Infected Places

#NameTypeState
1

Kuching Simpang Tiga RHB Branch

27/04/20
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FinanceSarawak
2

RHB Islamic Bank, Jalan Satok, Kuching

28/03/20
Map Source
FinanceSarawak
3

Maybank Auto Finance Sibu Central (AFSC)

23/03/20
Map Source
FinanceSarawak
4

Miri Airport

13/03/20
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AirportSarawak
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia