Health Ministry: All seven new Covid-19 cases linked to patient 26

PETALING JAYA: All seven new Covid-19 cases reported on Tuesday (March 3) were found to have been in close contact with the country's 26th patient, says the Health Ministry.

In a Facebook post Tuesday, Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah (pic) said that the patients, all Malaysians, were traced via contact tracing from an Uda Holdings Bhd board member – the country's 26th Covid-19 patient.

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