Sarawak
20/09/2020

Infected 701 0
Recovered 680 0
Active 2 0
Deaths 19 0
Days of Zero Case 4 Since 17-09-2020

Total Cases

701
Total Infected Patients

680
97%

Total Recovered

19
2.7%

Total Deaths

Closed Cases

699
Cases which had an outcome

680
97.3%

Recovered

19
2.7%

Deaths

≥41 cases  
21-40 cases  
1-20 cases  
0 cases  
Ranking District Total Active
1.Kuching4291
2.Kota Samarahan1120
3.Bintulu380
4.Miri240
5.Serian240
6.Betong160
7.Sibu111
8.Limbang90
9.Simunjan80
10.Bau60
11.Sarikei60
12.Asajaya50
13.Lundu30
14.Sri Aman30
15.Tebedu30
16.Lawas10
17.Matu10
18.Mukah10
19.Tanjung Manis10
20.Belaga00
21.Beluru00
22.Bukit Mabong00
23.Dalat00
24.Daro00
25.Julau00
26.Kabong00
27.Kanowit00
28.Kapit00
29.Lubok Antu00
30.Maradong00
31.Marudi00
32.Pakan00
33.Pusa00
34.Saratok00
35.Sebauh00
36.Selangau00
37.Song00
38.Subis00
39.Tatau00
40.Telang Usan00

News

No new positive cases reported in Sarawak today, total tally at 701, says SDMC

Sarawak

Sarawak recorded zero new Covid-19 positive cases today, marking its fourth consecutive day of zero infections and maintaining the total cumulative cases at 701, said the Sarawak Disaster Management Committee (SDMC). In its daily update press statement, SDMC said the Alam Cluster in Bintulu involving eight cases remained the only active cluster in Sarawak.

Another day of zero positive cases, Sarawak remains green zone, says SDMC

Sarawak

Sarawak remains a green zone today as it marks another day of zero new positive Covid-19 cases, said the State Disaster Management Committee (SDMC). It said in a statement that the number of accumulated positive cases in the state remain at 700. “There are also no Covid-19 patients who had recovered or were discharged from hospitals today.

All immigration detainees in Sarawak to undergo Covid-19 test again, says SDMC

Sarawak

All detainees at immigration detention depots in the state must undergo another round of Covid-19 screening, said Sarawak Disaster Management Committee (SDMC). In a statement yesterday, the committee said the decision was made in view of the high number of Covid-19 cases recorded among detained illegal immigrants in Sabah which led to the detection of the Benteng LD Cluster.

Infected Places

#NameTypeState
1

Miri Airport

13/03/20
Map Source
AirportSarawak
2

Maybank Auto Finance Sibu Central (AFSC)

23/03/20
Map Source
FinanceSarawak
3

RHB Islamic Bank, Jalan Satok, Kuching

28/03/20
Map Source
FinanceSarawak
4

Kuching Simpang Tiga RHB Branch

27/04/20
Map Source
FinanceSarawak
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia