JOHOR BARU: A toddler from China whose parents dodged quarantine after the child was suspected to have been infected with the Wuhan coronavirus (2019-nCoV) has been detained at the Senai International Airport here.Johor police chief Comm Datuk Mohd Kamaruddin Md Din said that the trio was detained on Saturday night (Jan 25). "They have been sent to the hospital for quarantine and further examination as well as treatment," he said when contacted here. It was earlier reported that the two-year-old's parents had avoided being quarantined despite instructions from the hospital. According to a police report filed by a doctor from Hospital Sultanah Aminah, the two-year-old patient who was referred to the hospital by a private hospital had influenza-like symptoms and was suspected to have the Wuhan coronavirus. The doctor, along with another paediatrician had told the parents that the child had to be sent for quarantine at Hospital Permai and for further examination but the parents refused as they had to catch a flight the next day. Johor Health director Dr Aman Rabu said that the department is investigating the case and would send a result of the report to the Health Ministry. More to come We're sorry, this article is unavailable at the moment. If you wish to read this article, kindly contact our Customer Service team at 1-300-88-7827. Thank you for your patience - we're bringing you a new and improved experience soon! Read more: The Star
be like Taiwan and sued them for not obeying the law Serve them right Typical case of panic and irresponsibility.. Prevalent in majority Asian culture.. Muka putih, kulit cantik Tuhan bg nikmat cantik fizikal diorg tuuuuu. Tp ape je xbaham.semua benda nk makan... bunuh je Good job PDRM!!!.. 💪 The parents have no inkling about the gravity of the situation.
avoided being quarantine dodge! Laws must be passed to deal with people who dodge quarantine or checks. They should be charged with criminal offence as they put lifes of others in danger! Sesiapa di airport johor sila pakai mask dan basuh tangan anda This r the idiots who makes life difficult for others ...
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Avoid all chinese at all cost your health is important Good job. Well done! BBCWorld ChannelNewsAsia ChinaDaily SCMPNews CBCNews ThaiPBSWorld cnni CNNIndonesia CNNIndonesia Reuters AlArabiya_Eng AJENews AJEnglish AFP Some parents are truly idiots! How they go hospital ? taxi ? then driver need to check too..
Parents with toddler - pretty sure that toddler is innocent & doesn’t knw anything... Good job, PDRM Thumbs up PDRMsia imigresenmy KKMPutrajaya Now please backtrack to know who they came in contact with from the hospital ..... until the airport. Quarantine them too.
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