7,748 Covid-19 cases, Selangor highest again

The wellbeing service has revealed 7,748 Covid-19 cases in the previous 24 hours.

In a Facebook post, wellbeing chief general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said the complete number of diseases currently remains at 603,122.

Selangor recorded the most noteworthy number of cases with 2,612.

This was trailed by Kuala Lumpur (851), Negeri Sembilan (709), Sarawak (706), Johor (446), Penang (376), Perak (371), Sabah (287), Kelantan (286), Kedah (263), Melaka (234), Labuan (230), Terengganu (203), Pahang (146), Putrajaya (20) and Perlis (8).

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We are live on Telegram, buy in here for breaking news and the most recent declarations. Signing in Kedah is relied upon to proceed for the following 18 years as the state government will lose RM1 billion in pay if it somehow managed to pull out concessions granted by past state governments, says menteri besar Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor.

He said the current organization has not given any new endorsements up until this point and those against logging should comprehend that licenses for all current exercises were granted by past governments.

“Nonetheless, climate advocates should likewise understand that a few areas of Kedah’s backwoods are matured and wavering near the precarious edge of falling. The ranger service division will check these regions for logging with the goal that it could carry income to the state.

“Everything we can manage is to save water catchment regions in the state, with close observing by the division. The public authority won’t ever uphold unpredictable logging as claimed by certain quarters,” he was cited as saying by Utusan Malaysia today.

In any case, for the present, he said, the location of trucks utilizing signs in the state must be acknowledged and they will be there until “Armageddon” because of the logging exercises.

On July 1, 2019, Kedah gazetted 106,418ha of Ulu Muda woodland land as a perpetual hold backwoods, as indicated by a parliamentary answer. It was accounted for that Kedah lost near RM200 million after pieces of these timberlands were made distant to lumberjacks.

After the PAS-drove government took over a year ago, Sanusi said his organization must choose the option to offer “substitution backwoods” to authorized lumberjacks as it would need to pay a RM1 billion remuneration in any case.

This was after the Ulu Muda backwoods was transformed into a water catchment region that influenced 40 concession holders.

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