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Wuhan tourist in Malaysia positive for coronavirus
Feb 07, 2020
Malaysia has reported one more coronavirus case, involving a tourist from Wuhan, China.
She is currently in isolation at a hospital in Johor Baru.
This means Malaysia now has 15 confirmed cases, involving 11 Chinese nationals, and 4 Malaysians.
Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad says all of them remain in stable condition..
"Whatever symptoms, batuk-batuk, sifatnya adalah sangat jauh daripada any danger. Kita terus merawat secara symptomatic dan memberi segala diet dan sebagainya, dan juga ruang untuk mereka recover dan boost up system immunity diri."
10 Malaysians expected to arrive home from Wuhan
10 Malaysians are expected to arrive in Malaysia from China today.
They are among the 212 non-essential staff from the Malaysian Embassy, and consulate-general offices in China, who will come home in stages...
This as the DPM said that the govt is committed to bringing back all Malaysians from China, due to the coronavirus outbreak there.
Government's forfeiture suit denied at High Court
The KL High Court has thrown out the govt's suit, to seize over 212 mllion ringgit from UMNO accounts, allegedly linked to the 1MDB scandal.
The judge ruled that the remaining money in the account is not linked to the funds that were allegedly deposited by then party president Datuk Seri Najib Razak.
UMNO says the money was spent during the past general elections, among other political activities.
Meanwhile, the judge has also denied to seize alleged 1MDB-linked funds from 3 other accounts, including Wanita MCA.
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