Melaka wet market closes after 15 traders test positive for Covid-19


MELAKA: The city's main wet market at Jalan Tun Fatimah here has been ordered closed for three days starting Monday (June 14) after 15 traders there tested positive for Covid-19.

Disinfection of the entire premises would be carried out during the closure.

Other traders and workers would also undergo swab tests.

Melaka Historic City Council mayor Datuk Zainal Abu said the market was ordered to be closed temporarily by the health authorities.

He said health officers were also conducting contact tracing.

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