PKNS: Resident of Kristal Heights Apartment tests positive for Covid-19


SHAH ALAM (Bernama): The Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS) said a Covid-19 case was detected at the Kristal Heights Apartment in Section 7 here on Monday (Oct 19).

PKNS said in a statement on Wednesday (Oct 21) that the 31-year-old patient tested positive following a swab test conducted at a private hospital in Shah Alam and is now undergoing treatment at the Sungai Buloh Hospital.

"This has been confirmed by the Ministry of Health. The results of the first screening of all close contacts of the patient have come back negative and they are now undergoing self-quarantine for 14 days at their respective homes, ” it said.

The apartment’s management has also closed all common facilities, including its multipurpose hall, playground, gymnasium and swimming pool until a date to be announced later, it added.

PKNS said that a sanitization operation at the common areas - including its lifts and emergency staircases - would be carried out on Thursday (Oct 22).

The corporation also advised residents to be calm and adhere to the standard operating procedure, such as maintaining physical distancing and wearing face masks.

Kristal Heights is one of the housing projects developed by PKNS. - Bernama

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