‘We’ll keep an eye on Malaysians in China’


KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Ambassador to China Raja Datuk Nushirwan Zainal Abidin said the embassy would continue to monitor Malaysians who are still in Wuhan, China, in the wake of the novel coronavirus outbreak there.

Nushirwan said 34 Malaysians did not return to Malaysia, as some had problems with logistics, while others opted to stay put.

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