Sarawak bans travellers who visited S. Korea in last 14 days

KUCHING: All foreigners who have been to South Korea in the past 14 days will be refused entry into Sarawak to ensure the state remains free of Covid-19, the state disaster management committee said.

It said all Malaysians who had gone to South Korea and China in the past 14 days were strongly advised not to visit Sarawak until they had completed a 14-day quarantine and found not to be infected with Covid-19.

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