Sabah ready to handle jellyfish invasion


PETALING JAYA: Travel and tour operators in Sabah are ready to face the anticipated jellyfish boom in the coming months.

Sabah Tourist Association chairman Tony Chew said those in the tourism business, especially operators of businesses near the sea, would have been alerted to the possibility of a jellyfish invasion and would have been told to take precautionary steps.

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