Infected 658309 2028
Recovered 638383 1724
Active 11706 304
Deaths 8220 0
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1-20 cases  
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Ranking District Total Active
1.Petaling197422 (+299)2814
2.Hulu Langat135576 (+678)2967
3.Klang132412 (+230)1400
4.Gombak78506 (+495)1617
5.Sepang35976 (+59)696
6.Kuala Langat34668 (+155)899
7.Kuala Selangor20689 (+59)687
8.Hulu Selangor18473 (+33)501
9.Sabak Bernam3519 (+20)103
10.Import Cases106822


Spotted. KJ makes surprise visit to Kajang Hospital


Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin made a surprise visit to Kajang Hospital today. Ministry officials confirmed the matter with the New Straits Times, saying that Khairy spent an hour looking at the conditions at the healthcare facility and meet with staff and personnel. A medical officer, Dr Khairul Hafidz (@khairul_hafidz) took to Twitter sharing the minister's surprise visit to the hospital on a weekend. "Spotted in Hospital Kajang. This is what we call a real surprise visit. Some of the staff would surely have had their hearts 'pop out of their chest' seeing the minister arriving for the visit. Good job YB @Khairykj," he wrote.

Klang Valley folk stay cautious despite entering Phase 2 of NRP


People in the Klang Valley remained cautious about going to public places despite the government's decision to shift Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya into Phase 2 of the National Recovery Plan (NRP). Checks at a mall and transportation hub here did not find large crowds despite the green light on inter-district travels in the region. At Nu Sentral, members of the public could be seen slowly returning to the mall. Among them was Nurulhidayah Nasruddin, 27, who just completed her second dose of AstraZeneca three weeks ago. "It's good to be able to visit the mall after months of staying home due to restrictions of movement," she said.

Covid-19 vaccination outreach programme to be reimplemented in KL, Putrajaya, says deputy minister


The vaccination outreach programme will be implemented again for residents who have been left behind in getting their Covid-19 vaccine in Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya, said Deputy Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Jalaluddin Alias. He said the focus would be on areas which have recorded over 500 positive cases in the last two weeks, especially at the People’s Housing Project (PPR) and Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL)housing areas. “Should cases hit 500 in the area, we will send a vaccination mobile unit there. So, city dwellers aged 18 and above who have not received their vaccine can immediately go to the outreach location later.
Source: Ministry of Health Malaysia