Health DG: 50 new clusters reported from Nov 21-27, almost half linked to workplaces


PUTRAJAYA: Health authorities reported 50 new clusters during epidemiology week 47, with almost half or 22 clusters involving workplaces.

Between Nov 21 and 27, there were 13 clusters reported involving education institutions, six community and high-risk groups respectively, two religious activities and one cluster involving a detention centre.

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