If you or any of your loved ones were on this flight, do get tested!
PSA to anyone who travelled from London to Kuala Lumpur via Emirates on Monday ( 23/3 ). Please do go get tested ASAP. pic.twitter.com/rXQQKQsBoS
— Vikneshhh (@vickneshwaren) April 2, 2020
With Malaysians across the world flying back to be with their families during the MCO period, we need to be vigilant and stay informed of all possible Covid-19 cases that could spread.
Recently, a netizen took to Twitter to alert the public of a friend who tested positive for the virus after he got off a flight from London to Kuala Lumpur on Monday (23rd March).
In the tweet, the netizen included pictures of his friend’s flight tickets, specifying that anyone onboard Emirates flight EK006 at 9:40pm (23rd March) from London to Dubai and flight EK0342 from Dubai to Kuala Lumpur at 10:15a.m. (24th March) should get tested at your nearest hospital immediately to avoid becoming an asymptomatic spreader who puts the lives of others at risk unknowingly.
We need to do our part by sharing to ensure that all Malaysians are aware of possible Covid-19 cases and clusters in our midst. Spread the word!
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