159 Johor Students To Get Tested For COVID-19, While 19 Petaling Schools Close For Contact Tracing

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Publish Date : 2021-04-21 05:18:59
159 Johor Students To Get Tested For COVID-19, While 19 Petaling Schools Close For Contact Tracing

tudents have been able to return to school for lessons as the COVID-19 situation in Malaysia is currently considered under control. But the pandemic remains a cause for concern as we have been seeing COVID-19 cases cropping up in schools. Most recently, 159 students from 5 schools in Johor were screened for the virus. 

Likewise, 19 schools in Petaling had to be closed for disinfection and contact tracing after several cases were reported there. 259 students in Kelantan have also tested positive for COVID-19, following Kelantan Education Department’s announcement that schools in 7 districts would be closed for a week.

Johor students undergo COVID-19 testing

On 19th April 2021, 159 students in Johor had to get tested for COVID-19 at various assessment centres in the district, as reported by Bernama. This is a precautionary measure, as new COVID-19

tudents have been able to return to school for lessons as the COVID-19 situation in Malaysia is currently considered under control. But the pandemic remains a cause for concern as we have been seeing COVID-19 cases cropping up in schools. Most recently, 159 students from 5 schools in Johor were screened for the virus. 

Likewise, 19 schools in Petaling had to be closed for disinfection and contact tracing after several cases were reported there. 259 students in Kelantan have also tested positive for COVID-19, following Kelantan Education Department’s announcement that schools in 7 districts would be closed for a week.

Johor students undergo COVID-19 testing

On 19th April 2021, 159 students i

tudents have been able to return to school for lessons as the COVID-19 situation in Malaysia is currently considered under control. But the pandemic remains a cause for concern as we have been seeing COVID-19 cases cropping up in schools. Most recently, 159 students from 5 schools in Johor were screened for the virus. 

Likewise, 19 schools in Petaling had to be closed for disinfection and contact tracing after several cases were reported there. 259 students in Kelantan have also tested positive for COVID-19, following Kelantan Education Department’s announcement that schools in 7 districts would be closed for a week.

Johor students undergo COVID-19 testing

On 19th April 2021, 159 students in Johor had to get tested for COVID-19 at various assessment centres in the district, as reported by Bernama. This is a precautionary measure, as new COVI

tudents have been able to return to school for lessons as the COVID-19 situation in Malaysia is currently considered under control. But the pandemic remains a cause for concern as we have been seeing COVID-19 cases cropping up in schools. Most recently, 159 students from 5 schools in Johor were screened for the virus. 

Likewise, 19 schools in Petaling had to be closed for disinfection and contact tracing after several cases were reported there. 259 students in Kelantan have also tested positive for COVID-19, following Kelantan Education Department’s announcement that schools in 7 districts would be closed for a week.

Johor students undergo COVID-19 testing

tudents have been able to return to school for lessons as the COVID-19 situation in Malaysia is currently considered under control. But the pandemic remains a cause for concern as we have been seeing COVID-19 cases cropping up in schools. Most recently, 159 students from 5 schools in Johor were screened for the virus. 

Likewise, 19 schools in Petaling had to be closed for disinfection and contact tracing after several cases were reported there. 259 students in Kelantan have also tested positive for COVID-19, following Kelantan Education Department’s announcement that schools in 7 districts would be closed for a week.

Johor students undergo COVID-19 testing

On 19th April 2021, 159 students in Johor had to get tested for COVID-19 at various assessment centres in the district, as reported by Bernama. This is a precautionary measure, as new COVID-19 cases involving teachers and students have been reported in the state.

Also yesterday, Health Director-General Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah share

tudents have been able to return to school for lessons as the COVID-19 situation in Malaysia is currently considered under control. But the pandemic remains a cause for concern as we have been seeing COVID-19 cases cropping up in schools. Most recently, 159 students from 5 schools in Johor were screened for the virus. 

Likewise, 19 schools in Petaling had to be closed for disinfection and contact tracing after several cases were reported there. 259 students in Kelantan have also tested positive for COVID-19, following Kelantan Education Department’s announcement that schools in 7 districts would be closed for a week.

Johor students undergo COVID-19 testing

tudents have been able to return to school for lessons as the COVID-19 situation in Malaysia is currently considered under control. But the pandemic remains a cause for concern as we have been seeing COVID-19 cases cropping up in schools. Most recently, 159 students from 5 schools in Johor were screened for the virus. 

Likewise, 19 schools in Petaling had to be closed for disinfection and contact tracing after several cases were reported there. 259 students in Kelantan have also tested positive for COVID-19, following Kelantan Education Department’s announcement that schools in 7 districts would be closed for a week.

Johor students undergo COVID-19 testing

On 19th April 2021, 159 students in Johor had to get

tudents have been able to return to school for lessons as the COVID-19 situation in Malaysia is currently considered under control. But the pandemic remains a cause for concern as we have been seeing COVID-19 cases cropping up in schools. Most recently, 159 students from 5 schools in Johor were screened for the virus. 

Likewise, 19 schools in Petaling had to be closed for disinfection and contact tracing after several cases were reported there. 259 students in Kelantan have also tested positive for COVID-19, following Kelantan Education Department’s announcement that schools in 7 districts would be closed for a week.

Johor students undergo COVID-19 testing

On 19th April 2021, 159 students in Johor had to get

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tested for COVID-19 at various assessment centres in the district, as reported by Bernama. This is a precautionary measure, as new COVID-19 cases involving teachers and students have been reported in the state.

Also yesterday, Health Director-General Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah shared that 6 of 14 new clusters reported on 19th April stemmed from education centres and institutions in Kelantan, Sabah, Johor and Kedah, as reported by Malay Mail.

tested for COVID-19 at various assessment centres in the district, as reported by Bernama. This is a precautionary measure, as new COVID-19 cases involving teachers and students have been reported in the state.

Also yesterday, Health Director-General Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah shared that 6 of 14 new clusters reported on 19th April stemmed from education centres and institutions in Kelantan, Sabah, Johor and Kedah, as reported by Malay Mail.

On 19th April 2021, 159 students in Johor had to get tested for COVID-19 at various assessment centres in the district, as reported by Bernama. This is a precautionary measure, as new COVID-19 cases involving teachers and students have been reported in the state.

Also yesterday, Health Director-General Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah shared that 6 of 14 new clusters reported on 19th April stemmed from education centres and institutions in Kelantan, Sabah, Johor and Kedah, as reported by Malay Mail.

d that 6 of 14 new clusters reported on 19th April stemmed from education centres and institutions in Kelantan, Sabah, Johor and Kedah, as reported by Malay Mail.

On 19th April 2021, 159 students in Johor had to get tested for COVID-19 at various assessment centres in the district, as reported by Bernama. This is a precautionary measure, as new COVID-19 cases involving teachers and students have been reported in the state.

Also yesterday, Health Director-General Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah shared that 6 of 14 new clusters reported on 19th April stemmed from education centres and institutions in Kelantan, Sabah, Johor and Kedah, as reported by Malay Mail.

D-19 cases involving teachers and students have been reported in the state.

Also yesterday, Health Director-General Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah shared that 6 of 14 new clusters reported on 19th April stemmed from education centres and institutions in Kelantan, Sabah, Johor and Kedah, as reported by Malay Mail.

n Johor had to get tested for COVID-19 at various assessment centres in the district, as reported by Bernama. This is a precautionary measure, as new COVID-19 cases involving teachers and students have been reported in the state.

Also yesterday, Health Director-General Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah shared that 6 of 14 new clusters reported on 19th April stemmed from education centres and institutions in Kelantan, Sabah, Johor and Kedah, as reported by Malay Mail.

cases involving teachers and students have been reported in the state.

Also yesterday, Health Director-General Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah shared that 6 of 14 new clusters reported on 19th April stemmed from education centres and institutions in Kelantan, Sabah, Johor and Kedah, as reported by Malay Mail.



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