Sandakan bus services on hold for two weeks from Oct 6 after drivers test positive for Covid-19


KOTA KINABALU: Public bus services in Sandakan have been put on hold for two weeks from Tuesday (Oct 6) after several bus drivers tested positive for Covid-19.

Sabah Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board (CVLB) chairman Datuk Chin Kim Hiung said the decision was made on the recommendation of the Sandakan Health Department on Monday (Oct 5).

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