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Sabah expands travel ban amid coronavirus outbreak
Feb 08, 2020
Sabah is expanding the scope of travel restrictions imposed to prevent the novel coronavirus from spreading into the state.
Effective today, all non-Sabah residents with a travel history to mainland China in the last 14 days will not be allowed to enter the state.
This includes both non-China foreigners and Malaysian citizens who are not from Sabah.
The move comes after the Health Ministry another coronavirus case in the country, raising the total number of infections to 15.
A Form Four student in Kedah suffered injuries after an arrow pierced through the left side of his face in a freak incident.
The arrow was accidentally fired by a friend during archery training at a secondary school.
Police say the victim is currently in stable condition and they have initiated an inquiry into the incident.
The Finance Ministry says the capped price for RON 95 and diesel will unlikely be revised.
But, it assured the public that they will enjoy lower pump prices when there is a slide in global fuel prices.
He says the current RM 2.08 per litre for RON 95 and 2.18 for diesel is already low.
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