Students volunteered to help but not told to carry out health examinations, says UM


PETALING JAYA: Student volunteers who were involved in the handling of students from China in wake of the Covid-19 (novel coronavirus) outbreak, did so on their own free will, says Universiti Malaya.

"The university has taken the decision to run the centralised surveillance procedure and they (the volunteers) had offered themselves to help out.

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