Covid-19: Five new clusters, 15 cases among evacuees


KUALA LUMPUR: Five new clusters were detected on Friday (Dec 31), bringing the number of active clusters to 21, says Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.

He also said 15 new Covid-19 cases were recorded involving evacuees at the temporary relief centres (PPS), bringing the total number of cases among flood victims to 444, Bernama reports.

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