Covid-19: Three MPs test positive, four more close contacts, says report

PETALING JAYA: Three MPs are reported to have failed a Covid-19 screening carried out on Friday (July 23), ahead of the special sitting of the Dewan Rakyat on Monday (July 26).

Another four MPs were said to be close contacts of Covid-19 patients and all seven are currently undergoing compulsory quarantine, news portal Astro Awani reported on Saturday (July 24).

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