Compulsory screening, home quarantine for travellers from Sabah

Compulsory screening, home quarantine for travellers from Sabah



Updated 19 hours ago ·
Published on 26 Sep 2020 7:26PM ·





All individuals arriving in the peninsula from Sabah will be required to undergo Covid-19 screening upon entry and observe home quarantine starting tomorrow till October 10. This is necessary after 11 new Covid-19 cases were detected among people arriving in the peninsula from Sabah, says Health Director-General Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, September 26, 2020.

EFFECTIVE tomorrow until October 10, it is compulsory for individuals travelling from Sabah to the peninsula to undergo Covid-19 screening upon arrival, including home quarantine until their test results are confirmed, the Health Ministry said.

This comes after 11 new Covid-19 cases were detected from people arriving in the peninsula from Sabah, Health Director-General Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said today.


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