1. Kota Marudu loses green zone status with detection of first Covid-19 case  The Star Online
  2. Concern as Sabah's interior registers first Covid-19 infection  New Straits Times
  3. Two new Covid-19 cases in Sabah  The Borneo Post
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KOTA KINABALU: Sabah's Kota Marudu district, a green zone since the March 18 movement control order (MCO) came into force, has detected its first Covid-19 case, says Sabah Health Department director Datuk Dr Christina Rundi on Saturday (May 23).KOTA KINABALU: Sabah's Kota Marudu district, a green zone since the March 18 movement control order (MCO) came into force, has detected its first Covid-19 case, says Sabah Health Department director Datuk Dr Christina Rundi on Saturday (May 23).

Kota Marudu loses green zone status with detection of first Covid-19 case | The Star

KOTA KINABALU: Authorities have detected the first Covid-19 case in an interior district of Sabah which had been a green zone since the implementation of the Movement Control Order (MCO).

Concern as Sabah's interior registers first Covid-19 infection | New Straits Times

KOTA KINABALU: Kota Marudu registered its first positive Covid-19 case yesterday, the Ministry of Health reported. The case was detected in Talantang, Kota Marudu while another new case was detected in Balung, Tawau. There are now a total of 340 positive Covid-19 cases in Sabah. To date, Tawau has registered 84 cases - the highest in the state, and 80 of these cases

Two new Covid-19 cases in Sabah | Borneo Post Online

“Do u know just for this one day Parliamentary sitting: (1) All MPs have to be tested for Covid19 next 2 days (2) Sabah + Sarawak MPs are all flying in already (3) MP seats have to be re-arranged for social distancing & All that trouble to be told TODAY that no MPs can debate?!”

Hannah Yeoh on Twitter: "Do u know just for this one day Parliamentary sitting: (1) All MPs have to be tested for Covid19 next 2 days (2) Sabah + Sarawak MPs are all flying in already (3) MP seats have to be re-arranged for social distancing & All that trouble to be told TODAY that no MPs can debate?!"

How Sabah’s two latest Covid-19 patients got infected is still under investigation, said the state’s Health Director Datuk Dr Christina RundiHow Sabah’s two latest Covid-19 patients got infected is still under investigation, said the state’s Health Director Datuk Dr Christina Rundi

'Probe ongoing into causes of Sabah's latest two coronavirus cases' | Daily Express Online - Sabah's Leading News Portal