Covid-19: 50 pregnant women brought home from Singapore

  • Nation
  • Saturday, 02 May 2020

SINGAPORE (Bernama): A total of 66 Malaysians, including 50 pregnant women, were safely transported back by bus from Singapore on Saturday (May 2) via the Johor Causeway during the implementations of the movement control order (MCO) and the Circuit Breaker measure in Singapore.

Both controls, to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 outbreaks in the respective countries, had seen cross-border restrictions take place even though they are separated by only about one kilometre.

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Singapore , Pregnant , MCO , Circuit Breaker , Covid-19


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