Tawau has the highest number of active cases with 329, followed by Semporna (301), Lahad Datu (149) and Kunak (62), according to the map provided by the ministry’s Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre (CPRC).
The ruling, which is published on the central bank’s website, concerns the restructuring of an Islamic financing facility based on original shariah contracts, restructuring the facility into a conventional loan, and compounding profit on restructuring.
He said the two clusters saw an uptick in new infections following the festive season.
It expects the incentives to stimulate buying interest and support new property sales.
Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said such screenings can help prevent the spread of Covid-19 infections in flights.
This is the third consecutive day of active cases above the 100 mark, after staying below that level for 17 days in a row.
In a statement today, MATTA president Datuk Tan Kok Liang said the tourism industry urges the government to take proactive actions to intervene rather than leave the decision to the various private banks, which will make decisions based on their terms of industry risk assessment and aim of maximising shareholders wealth.