UPDATED 11PM | List of locations affected by Covid-19 (Feb 9)

Malaysiakini Team

Modified 9 Feb 2021, 4:04 pm

  • Latest locations added: Star Grocer, Cyberjaya, Selangor; Bandar Baharu police district headquarters, Kedah; Batu Pahat Municipal Council, Johor.

Below are verified locations that are reported to be affected today.

Malaysiakini will continue adding to the list as more locations are announced.

If you know any locations which were announced today but are not listed here, please send an email to [email protected]

For a list of locations affected in the past 14 days, please visit the Kini News Lab's Covid-19 tracker.


- Star Grocer, Cyberjaya, Selangor

The grocer's management put up a notice that three of their staff tested positive for Covid-19 today.

The grocer has been closed, and deep sanitisation will be carried out tomorrow.

- Village Grocer KL Gateway Mall, Kuala Lumpur

A security guard at this outlet tested positive for Covid-19, said Village Grocer in a notice on Feb 6.

It said that the outsourced personnel last reported to work in the morning on the same day. Following this, the company sent all other employees for swab tests and quarantine.

The premises was closed for a day for sanitisation, and was reopened on Feb 7 with another team of staff members who had no contact with the affected employees. The new team tested negative for Covid-19.

- Village Grocer Subang Parade, Subang Jaya, Selangor

The company issued a notice on Facebook last night saying that one of its staff at this outlet has been confirmed positive for Covid-19.

The employee who works at the fruits and vegetable department last reported working on Feb 6.

Following this, Village Grocer is arranging all staff to undergo a swab test. They are also carrying out deep cleaning and sanitisation at the premises.

- Various businesses in Sarawak

The Sarawak Disaster Management Committee releases a list of locations visited by Covid-19 patients days before testing positive.

Below is the latest list:

- Public Bank Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur

An employee of the Jalan Tun Sambanthan branch of Public Bank tested positive for Covid-19 on Feb 7, the bank said.

The employee was last at work on Jan 29 and is believed to have had contact with an infected family member.

The branch is closed starting yesterday for disinfection while other staff who had close contact are under home quarantine, it said.


- Various residential areas in Bandar Muadzam Shah, Rompin, Pahang

The government yesterday announced the enforcement of an enhanced movement control order on Bandar Muadzam Shah beginning today (Feb 9) until Feb 22. The order affects these residential areas:

  • Desa Bidara
  • Desa Keranji
  • Taman Redan Perdana
  • Desa Melor
  • Desa Mawar 1
  • Desa Mawar 2
  • Desa Jati 1
  • Desa Jati 2
  • Desa Anggerik
  • Desa Kenanga
  • Desa Tanjung
  • Desa Dahlia 1
  • Desa Dahlia 2
  • Desa Cempaka
  • Desa Alamanda
  • Pinggir Pelangi
  • Desa Semarak
  • Desa Teratai

- Taman Saujana and Taman Makmur, Segamat, Johor

According to the Segamat Health Office, a case was found at each of these two residential areas yesterday.

It said the Taman Saujana case involves a one-year-old child while the person infected at Taman Makmur is aged 7.

- Various locations in Batu Pahat, Johor

According to the Batu Pahat Health Office, below are residential areas in Batu Pahat where Covid-19 cases were detected yesterday:

- Various locations in Kota Tinggi, Johor

According to the Kota Tinggi Health Office, below are residential areas in Batu Pahat where Covid-19 cases were detected yesterday:

- Various locations in Kluang, Johor

According to the Kluang Health Office, below are residential areas in Batu Pahat where Covid-19 cases were detected yesterday:

- Various locations in Kulai, Johor

According to the Kulai Health Office, below are residential areas in Batu Pahat where Covid-19 cases were detected yesterday:

- Various locations in Kedah

According to the Kedah Health Department, below are residential areas in Batu Pahat where Covid-19 cases were detected yesterday:


- National Anti-Drug Agency (AADK) Detention Centre, Kota Tinggi, Johor

A total of five Covid-19 cases were detected here yesterday, the Kota Tinggi Health Department said.


- Bandar Baharu police district headquarters, Kedah

A detainee at the police lockup tested positive for Covid-19 today, said the Bandar Baharu Health Office.

- Batu Pahat Municipal Council, Johor

The licensing, health, community development and corporate departments of the council are closed from yesterday until Feb 14, it said on its Facebook page.

According to China Press, an officer at the Health Department tested positive for Covid-19.

The officer shared the office space with employees from the other departments.


- SM St Michael, Penampang, Sabah

At least five students and four teachers at this school tested positive for Covid-19, from Jan 16 to Feb 3, the Sabah government spokesperson for Covid-19 Masidi Manjun said.

He said the cases started from contact with an infected family member and no new cases have been detected since then.

- International Islamic University Malaysia, Gombak, Selangor

Malaysiakini learned that the university located in Gombak, Selangor is the higher learning institution involved in Jalan Gombak Cluster announced by the Health Ministry last week.

According to MOH press release on Feb 4, the Jalan Gombak Cluster has recorded 41 positive cases from 1,110 individuals screened for Covid-19.

When contacted today, a spokesperson for IIUM declined to comment on issues related to cluster announcement, citing that it is under the power of the health authority.

The spokesperson however could confirm that there have been several positive cases detected at the Gombak campus recently, and all individuals who were tested positive had been sent for treatment.

The university also assures that the situation in the campus is under control, with strict SOPs being implemented including implementation of no-visitor policy to prevent the spread of Covid-19 from outside into the university.

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