Covid-19: Cops confirm two Bangladeshis who tested positive tried to board flight to Dhaka

SEPANG (Bernama): Two Bangladeshi men in their 20s, who had tested positive for Covid-19, tried to leave the country by boarding a flight bound for Dhaka on Sunday (Jan 17) via the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) here.

They were found to be positive for Covid-19 based on a screening test slip they submitted during the check-in process at the counter, and the counter staff then informed police about the matter.

KLIA district police chief ACP Imran Abd Rahman confirmed the matter when contacted Monday (Jan 18), adding that police had contacted, and handed over both men to the Health Ministry.

Both men, it is understood, are undergoing treatment at the Sungai Buloh Hospital.

ACP Imran said the men are private employees and had valid identification documents. - Bernama

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