Covid-19: Spike in Sabah cases a concern, nearly 20% involve children below 12, says Masidi

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 11 Jan 2022

KOTA KINABALU: New Covid-19 cases rose sharply by 92 new cases to 253 cases in Sabah on Tuesday (Jan 11), says Datuk Seri Masidi Manjun (pic).

The state Covid-19 spokesman said he hoped that the surge was not due to the various New Year celebrations where people might have ignored standard operating procedures (SOPs) and other Health Ministry advisories.

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