The Malaysian Ministry of Health today confirmed that three Chinese nationals who entered the country through Johor Bharu were positively infected with a novel coronavirus. They are currently being treated and monitored closely in Hospital Sungai Buloh and all three of them are in a stable condition.
According to Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia, these three are related to the first coronavirus victim in Singapore. One is the wife of the first victim while the other two are the grandchildren. When they entered Malaysia, they went through the screening process but non of them were to have a fever.
Their whereabouts were discovered thanks to information shared by the Singapore Health Ministry and they were immediately transported to Hospital Sungai Buloh – which is equipped to handle such cases.
Read the full announcement here:
TERKINI: Tiga warga China yang memasuki negara ini melalui Johor Bharu disahkan positif novel coronavirus #2019_nCov
Mereka kini dirawat di Hosp Sg Buloh dan dlm keadaan stabil.
— KKMPutrajaya (@KKMPutrajaya) January 25, 2020
We advise the public to limit your travelling, and during this festive season, please be extra cautious, wear abmask and immediately go to the clinic if you feel unhealthy. Together we can curb this virus from spreading.
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