Covid-19: Plus confirms employee tests positive, Sedenak toll plaza closed for six hours from noon for disinfection

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  • Wednesday, 02 Dec 2020

JOHOR BARU: Plus Malaysia Bhd confirms that an employee at its Sedenak toll plaza in Johor tested positive for Covid-19 on Tuesday (Dec 1) and says the toll plaze will be closed for sanitisation for six hours from noon Wednesday (Dec 2).

The employee, a customer service assistant, is currently undergoing treatment at a hospital.

Plus also said it has conducted contact tracing and instructed all operation and maintenance staff who have had close contact with the patient to undergo medical screening and check-ups.

"Disinfection and cleaning works are being carried out at the affected toll plaza.

"Due to this, the Sedenak Toll Plaza will be temporarily closed for six hours from noon Wednesday (Dec 2) for comprehensive sanitisation work," Plus said Wednesday.

The highway concessionaire advised those from Sedenak and its surrounding areas to use the Simpang Renggam or Kulai toll plazas to enter the Plus highway towards Kuala Lumpur and Johor Baru during the closure.

Motorists from Kuala Lumpur heading south towards Sedenak are advised to exit the highway via the Simpang Renggam toll plaza, while those heading north from Johor Baru heading towards Sedenak are advised to exit at the Kulai toll plaza.

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