Covid-19: Sabah records lowest daily cases at 53 since last September

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah recorded the lowest daily new Covid-19 cases in almost six months since mid-September last year with 53 new cases on Tuesday (March 2).

Minister in charge of Covid-19 matters in Sabah, Datuk Masidi Manjun said this is something to be happy about and urged the people to continue adhering to SOPs strictly.

One new death was also recorded in Sandakan.

He said from the total cumulative cases of 53,043, a total of 714 patients are still being treated at the various Covid-19 treatment centres including hospitals statewide.

“Thirty-three are still in intensive care while 15 require ventilators, ” Masidi said.

He said island trips under Sutera Harbour Resort and Spa, as well as Sutera Mantani Island Resort and Spa, are also allowed with SOPs, and terms and conditions.

He reminded the public to adhere to SOPs wherever they are especially in public areas to help curb the spread of the virus.

“Enforcement officials are still helping us monitor and those found violating SOPs will be fined, ” Masidi said.

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