Cautious parents keep kids at home

  • Nation
  • Monday, 01 Jul 2019

A mother, Siti Zuraidah Rozali, 40 bringing home to her 12-year-old son from SK Taman Pasir Putih who experience breathing difficulties, nausea and headache while attending class in his school here on Sunday (June 30).

JOHOR BARU: Some parents are not taking any chances and are keeping their children at home despite the authorities saying that schools in Pasir Gudang will remain open.

Their decision came in the wake of yesterday’s incident, which saw all 111 schools in the district reopen for the first time since last Tuesday, only to have some 130 students and teachers suffering from breathing difficulties.

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