Scary? Not at all, says Covid-19 patient of living conditions at MAEPS quarantine centre

PETALING JAYA: All is well and comfortable at the Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS) quarantine centre, says a Covid-19 patient currently being quarantined there.

In a tweet thread that began on Jan 7, Afifie Chan said that the place is clean, well maintained and the patients are all well cared for.

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