Covid-19: Cases in S'wak show declining trend, no sharp rise after polls, says Nangka rep

SIBU: Despite initial fears, there has been no sharp rise in Covid-19 cases in Sarawak following the 12th state election on Dec 18, says Dr Annuar Rapaee.

The state Assistant Education, Innovation and Talent Minister said, in a Facebook Live stream on Saturday (Jan 1) night, that the number of positive cases in the state was on the decline instead.

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