NST Leader: Staying vigilant | New Straits Times

#NSTleader Just one imported case from the reopening of borders could be enough to start a new cluster.

15/7/2020 8:05:00 PM

NSTleader Just one imported case from the reopening of borders could be enough to start a new cluster.

PRIOR to the Movement Control Order (MCO) in March, some 250,000 people travelled between Malaysia and Singapore each day, either for work or leisure.

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