Covid-19: Four green zones, 16 yellow in Sabah on Wednesday (March 24)

KOTA KINABALU: Four districts in Sabah remained Covid-19 green zones on Wednesday (March 24), while 16 districts were categorised as yellow zones.

Two districts are orange zones and five more red zones, said state Local Government and Housing Minister Datuk Seri Masidi Manjun.

The zone changes are Kota Belud from orange to red, while Kudat improved from orange to yellow, he said in his daily Covid-19 update statement.

"As for daily cases, Sabah recorded 45 new cases today, with no fatalities," he added.

Earlier, Masidi tweeted that there were zero new cases in 16 districts, and with the exception of Kota Kinabalu, other districts registered new cases only in the single digits.

"Kota Kinabalu had 12 new cases, five of which are linked to the Sinsingon cluster in Nabawan," he added.

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