Covid-19: 20 more Top Glove workers taken for treatment


KLANG: About 20 more workers from Top Glove have been taken to hospital for treatment on Thursday (Nov 26) after testing positive for Covid-19.

Klang district officer and disaster management committee chairman Mohd Zainal Mohd Nor confirmed that the glove manufacturing company workers were removed from their staff hostel and taken for treatment.

Several thousand workers from Top Glove have tested positive for Covid-19 over the past few weeks.

They are all linked to the Teratai cluster, which is currently the biggest cluster in the country.

Most of Top Glove's factories in Meru here have also been closed after its workers tested positive.

The housing area where the workers' hostels were located have also been placed under an enhanced MCO.

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