Covid-19: SMK Agama Kota Kinabalu ordered to close for two weeks from April 13-26


KOTA KINABALU: Health authorities have ordered a secondary school here to close for two weeks for sanitisation and cleaning to be carried out after Covid-19 cases were detected there.

A notice to close SMK Agama Kota Kinabalu from Tuesday (April 13) to April 26 was issued at 10.30am by the district Health Department.

Sabah Health Department director Datuk Christina Rundi said the school had to be closed for sanitising works, as there were positive cases there.

She, however, did not disclose whether or not students or teachers had tested positive, and how many were tested for Covid-19.

She also did not disclose how many close contacts of the positive cases were being screened and isolated.

The notice of closure as required under the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988 was widely circulated on social media.

State Education Department director Datuk Mistirine Radin said the closure of the school and other related work was carried out according to the Health Department’s instructions.

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