Kota Kinabalu: Sabah has registered 100 Covid-19 clusters cumulatively as of Monday, with Kota Kinabalu contributing the highest number with 22 clusters, said Sabah’s Covid-19 spokesperson Datuk Seri Masidi Manjun.

Sandakan recorded the second highest tally with 18 clusters, followed by Tawau with 16 clusters.

"Of these, 58 clusters are still active whereas 42 have ended," he said this in a virtual press conference, Monday.

Meanwhile, Masidi, who is also State Local Government and Housing Minister, said the Enhanced Movement Control Order (Emco) in Kg Desa Bajau and Kg Dasar Baru, Lahad Datu, which was scheduled to end today (Tuesday), will be extended for another two weeks.

Source: Daily Express
  • Date Tue, 15 Dec 2020
  • Outbreak Covid-19
  • Category Sabah
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