3 July 2020
Health Ministry has conducted Covid-19 screening on 9,107 people upon their arrival in the country via Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) between June 10 and yesterday (July 2).
Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said of the total, 9,067 people tested negative for the virus and were ordered to undergo mandatory home quarantine, while 40 others were found positive for the virus and were sent to the hospital for treatment.
A total 572 Malaysians returned to the country and arrived at the KLIA and klia2 on July 2, of which of 569 were ordered to undergo mandatory home quarantine and three people were sent to the hospital, he said.
He said the Malaysians had returned from various countries namely Indonesia, United Arab Emirates, Singapore, Qatar, Netherlands, Japan, South Korea and China.
“Meanwhile in Johor, 195 people entered the country via Sultan Iskandar Building, Sultan Abu Bakar Complex; and Pasir Gudang and Stulang ports. They were ordered to undergo home quarantine.” he added.
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