No cluster from Sabah primary school with two positive Covid-19 cases

Dr Noor Hisham addressing the media during a press conference today at Putrajaya. Photo Credit: Radio Television Malaysia (RTM).

By Ling Hui

KUCHING, July 30: No cluster has emerged following one of the primary schools in Sabah being forced to close after two children were found positive for Covid-19.

This was revealed by Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah in a press conference on Covid-19 updates today, adding that one of the two children was not attending classes in the school.

“When we looked into the two cases, we found that one had not been attending the school. The patient had a fever and was being treated, so we did the screening (for Covid-19) and the result was positive.

“We did sampling on the school and none of the school children and teachers are found to be infected at the moment,” said Dr Noor Hisham, reiterating that no cluster had been formed with regards to the children from the primary school and that the public. —DayakDaily

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