Hajiji in good spirits, recovering well from Covid-19

KOTA KINABALU: Datuk Seri Hajiji Noor remains in high spirits despite undergoing treatment for Covid-19, says Assistant Minister to the Chief Minister Datuk Wetrom Bahanda.

Wetrom said he was in constant communication with the Sabah Chief Minister, who is in stable condition.

"He is stable, undergoing his treatment and is in high spirits. The Chief Minister is still monitoring state affairs despite being warded for Covid-19," he said in a statement on Tuesday (Oct 13).

Wetrom said Hajiji was still holding teleconferences as well as carrying out his other duties over the phone.

"He is very much concerned about the well-being and safety of all Sabahans," he said.

He called on Sabahans to pray for Hajiji's speedy recovery and also all Covid-19 patients.

"Let us also pray for the recovery of Sabah and Malaysia from this pandemic as a whole," Wetrom said.

Hajiji was previously undergoing voluntary self-quarantine after being exposed to a Covid-19 positive individual when he tested positive for the virus and was hospitalised on Oct 9.

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