Temporary closure for school allegedly struck by mass hysteria


  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 13 Apr 2016

KOTA BARU: The school that has allegedly been struck by at least 50 cases of mass hysteria among pupils and teachers here has decided to cancel classes on Thursday.

A pupil said they were told not to come to school while staff attempted to resolve the situation.

This entails that the school will remain closed for at least three days until Sunday.

"We are not sure if we can go back to school this Sunday," said a Form Five pupil.

The school administration has not commented on the alleged mass hysteria incidence.

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