Marking the second consecutive day the country reported more than 7,000 cases
Covid-19: Malaysia's new cases soar to 7,654 on July 6 — highest in 31 days, with 3,260 detected in Selangor
Kuala Lumpur also saw a drastic increase in new cases with 1,550 compared with yesterday's 819
This is the seventh consecutive day that the nation has recorded more than 6,000 new daily cases.
Other states with three-digit new cases are Sarawak (440), Penang (351), Pahang (329), Kedah (257), Sabah (230), Melaka (202), Perak (182), Labuan (131) and Kelantan (129).
“The Pakatan Harapan presidential council examined and views seriously on the Palace statement made on June 29. This is a historic statement because it is for the third time His Majesty YDPA has expressed his views that Parliament session can and should be able to commence soon.”
National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme Coordinating Minister Khairy Jamaluddin said those who have received their first dose of the vaccine will be notified of their second appointment soon
Finance Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz said airport properties are considered as strategic assets to the government and highlighted that Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) still has a lease of 60 years — until 2067 — on the land where the Subang Airport is currently located
Gamuda 3Q net profit surges to RM141.83m as construction and property projects return to pre-MCO levels
Quarterly revenue also surged by 76.61% to RM971.18 million against RM549.9 million, underpinned by higher sales in its property sales division.
Managing director Shafie Shamsuddin: We are looking at expanding on 13 new specialist stores this year and to focus on 11 malls to renovate and make rectification.
In total, 5.68 million Covid-19 vaccine doses have been administered so far, with 1.59 million people having been fully vaccinated.