Selangor is still the state with the highest number of cases with 356 infections, followed by Sarawak (308), Johor (129) and Penang (113).
Revenue, however, surged 181% to RM611.64 million, from RM217.44 million in 3QFY20, mainly due to settlement of the sale of the en-bloc serviced apartment to Scape Australia Management Pty Ltd.
Daily new recoveries came in lower than new infections at 1,083.
S P Setia said it is constantly on the lookout for partners who are able to offer different areas of expertise that would complement and unlock the value of its landbank.
Six more deaths were reported, raising the national Covid-19 death toll to 1,244, said Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
"The results also showed that it is unlikely that the SE contamination discovered recently occurred at any of our farms."
Selangor topped the list with the most new infections at 403, followed by Kuala Lumpur (158) and Sarawak (124).
Meanwhile, two more Covid-19 related deaths were recorded, raising the total deaths to 1,225.
Active cases that carry high transmission risks dropped further to 14,782, as new daily Covid-19 recoveries — which came in at 1,503 — continue surpassing new infections