Two sectors record the most cases

Personnel from APM (in blue) and Rela (green) making sure that SOPs are adhered to at the Jelutong Road Market in Penang. — Photos: K.T. GOH/The Star

PENANG recorded a total of 912 Covid-19 cases since last week with 624 cases (68.4%) involving locals and the other 288 (31.6%) were foreigners.

Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow said the large number of cases came from new clusters detected in the manufacturing and construction sectors, namely the Mayang Pasir, Beringin and Valdor clusters.

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