KD Lekiu crew to undergo Covid-19 tests upon arrival in Sabah


IPOH: All crew members aboard the Royal Malaysian Navy's KD Lekiu will be checked for Covid-19 upon arrival at the Kota Kinabalu naval base from South Korea.

In a statement on Wednesday (March 4), the Navy said the vessel, which left Busan on Feb 18, is expected to arrive in Sabah on March 5.

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