Don’t put others at risk, Raya travellers reminded


GEORGE TOWN: With the balik kampung rush starting soon, health experts have warned the public to remain on high alert to keep the Covid-19 pandemic in check.

Penang Hospital infectious disease unit head Datuk Dr Chow Ting Soo said there was still a small group of people who could not be vaccinated or are not responding to vaccines.

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