No Covid-19 cases found among tourists to Langkawi


ALOR SETAR: No positive Covid-19 cases have been reported involving tourists visiting Langkawi since the island was reopened under the travel bubble initiative on Sept 16.

“This is due to the successful implementation of standard operating procedures, including at the screening stage at KLIA, where five people had to delay their travel after testing positive for Covid-19,” said state tourism, arts and culture, youth and sports, entrepreneur development and cooperatives committee chairman Mohd Firdaus Ahmad.

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