By Azimah Zainal
GOMBAK, 21 November 2020: Malaysia is back again to 4 digits in new COVID-19 cases from 958 yesterday to 1,041 including three imported cases as of noon today, making a total of 12,854 active cases.
Selangor, Sabah, and Negeri Sembilan record the highest number of cases at 402, 346 and 121 respectively.
Additionally, three new clusters emerged are Kota Kecil cluster (Johor), Sky Coklat cluster (Labuan), and Penjara Jalan Harapan cluster (Selangor), which reported 33 new infections.
However, two clusters were reported to end which are the Bah Kayu cluster and the Lekir cluster.
Health Director-General, Tan Sri Dr. Noor Hisham Abdullah said there were 1,405 recoveries, bringing the total number of those discharged to 40,483.
There are also three new deaths reported in Sabah, taking the cumulative COVID-19 death toll for the country to 332 so far.***