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Voters returning from red zone told to undergo home quarantine

29th September, 2020

By JAMES LEONG

SANDAKAN: All folks returning here from voting in red zone in the just concluded state election have been told to undergo a two-week home quarantine.

It is part of preventive measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the district, Sandakan Municipal Council (MPS) president, Wong Foo Tin said in notice to the Sandakan public.

“Any individual with symptoms like fever, cough, flu and shortness of breath are advised to undergo COVID-19 screening and seek treatment at the Duchess of Kent Hospital,” he advised.

Wong also reminded all state and federal civil servants who were on election duties, to take the COVID-19 test as a preventive measure to curb the spread the disease.

And, he urged them to contact the Sandakan health office and to bring along their appointment letters and identification cards for confirmation when undergoing screening.

   
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