Covid-19: Johor Bar issues closure notice of JB courts after positive case


JOHOR BARU: The Johor Bar has issued a notice via a Facebook post to lawyers here on the closure of the Johor Baru High Courts and Subordinate Courts at Bangunan MSC Cyberport.

The notice comes after one of its court interpreters reportedly tested positive for Covid-19.

The post urged members who had been in contact with the interpreter to take the Covid-19 swab tests as a precautionary measure.

"This message is sent to members as immediate notification, pending issuance of a circular," read the post issued on Thursday (Oct 29).

Lawyers Norman Fernandez and G. Subramaniam, when contacted, confirmed that they were informed of the closure of the High Court until further notice.
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