600 Penang kids get tested after teacher's politician spouse infected with Covid-19
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Police arrest driver in connection with fatal accident in Johor Baru
JOHOR BARU: Police here have arrested the 23-year-old driver of the car which rammed into two other cars, killing one and injuring another at KM4 of the Jalan Johor Baru-Kota Tinggi here.
😡😡😡 Can someone in Penang find out who is this politician? The affected school parents should be able to know the idenity of the politician & wife. Who is this politician? Didn't he and his wife were subjected to 14 days quarantine order? Lakhsi 😢
Chow allays Covid-19 concerns among Penang YBsHe says Penang assembly will go on despite fear of spread of Covid-19 from Sabah. FMTNews ChowKonYeow KulimAirport PenangStateAssembly
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