Covid-19: Sarawak records four new cases, including two missing Indonesians

KUCHING: Sarawak reported four new Covid-19 cases on Thursday (June 18), including two Indonesian workers who have gone missing.

The state disaster management committee said the workers tested positive while applying for their work permits.

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