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KOTA KINABALU: Sabah's daily cases increased on Thursday (Sept 23), breaking the downtrend momentum previously, with 1,629 cases compared to 1,199 from the day before.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah's Covid-19 daily positive cases continue to show a declining trend for the fourth day, recording 1,119 new cases on Wednesday (Sept 22), the lowest since Aug 6.
Health Ministry: 67 children died due to Covid-19 this year, 80% of all eligible kids to be fully vaxxed by 2022
PETALING JAYA: With 67 children dying due to Covid-19 this year compared to six deaths in 2020, the Health Ministry aims to complete inoculation for 80% of those who are eligible before school reopens in 2022.
KOTA KINABALU: A total of 2,118 prisoners and detainees in the city here have been vaccinated under an outreach programme by Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS).
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government has announced further relaxation of business restrictions, allowing betting shops to resume operations from Tuesday (Sept 14).
Covid-19: Sabah records 2,163 new infections, outbreak at Immigration detention centre contributes to hike in cases in KK
KOTA KINABALU: The state capital recorded a jump from 302 cases previously to 449 cases on Saturday (Sept 11) due to new infections among detainees at the Immigration detention depot here.
COLOMBO (Reuters) - Political detainees in Sri Lanka are being tortured while in police and military custody, a human rights lawyer who wrote a report on alleged abuses said on Friday, days ahead of a U.N. human rights summit.
KOTA KINABALU: A ruckus broke out at the Immigration detention depot here when some 400 Filipino detainees protested that they could no longer wait to be deported.
(Reuters) - Foreign countries greeted the makeup of the new government in Afghanistan with caution and dismay on Wednesday after the Taliban appointed hardline veteran figures to an all-male cabinet, including several with a U.S. bounty on their heads.
(Reuters) - Afghanistan's new rulers have rewarded Taliban veterans and hardliners with plum posts in the cabinet despite promising an inclusive government, but the choices could pose obstacles in the country getting Western recognition and aid.