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Wuhan virus: 8 Chinese nationals who were in ‘close contact’ with Singapore’s first case quarantined in JB hotel

Wuhan virus: 8 Chinese nationals who were in ‘close contact’ with Singapore’s first case quarantined in JB hotel

24.1.2020

Wuhan virus: 8 Chinese nationals who were in ‘close contact’ with Singapore’s first case quarantined in JB hotel

KUALA LUMPUR: Eight Chinese nationals who were in “close contact” with the first person to test positive for the Wuhan coronavirus in Singapore ...

have entered Malaysia and are now being quarantined in a hotel in Johor Bahru, Malaysia’s Deputy Health Minister Lee Boon Chye confirmed on Friday (Jan 24). “They are now in a hotel in Johor Bahru,” he told CNA in a phone interview. Advertisement Advertisement READ: Two more people test positive for Wuhan virus in Singapore; total of 3 confirmed cases: MOH Mr Lee declined to name the hotel, but added that the eight are free to move around in a “restricted area in the hotel” and are prevented from having contact with others. In a statement released on Friday afternoon, Malaysia’s director-general of health Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said that the eight consists of four adults and four children. He added that Singapore’s Ministry of Health had contacted Malaysia’s Health Ministry on Thursday to inform them that the group had travelled to Johor Bahru. Advertisement Advertisement After learning of this information, the Johor State Department of Health (JKN) “acted quickly” by locating them and conducting health screenings, said Dr Noor Hisham. “The results showed they were healthy and had no signs or symptoms of infection until today,” he added. Read more: CNA

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