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PUTRAJAYA: Malaysian citizens and foreign nationals travelling to Malaysia are now required to pay the fees when they undergo the Covid-19 tests. Heal...PUTRAJAYA: Malaysian citizens and foreign nationals travelling to Malaysia are now required to pay the fees when they undergo the Covid-19 tests. Heal...

Malaysians, foreign nationals need to pay for Covid-19 tests at government hospitals, clinics

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia recorded five new cases on Friday (July 3), bringing the total number of infections to 8,648.PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia recorded five new cases on Friday (July 3), bringing the total number of infections to 8,648.

Covid-19: Five new cases, no deaths for 19th day | The Star

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia recorded only five new positive Covid-19 cases today to mark a five-day stretch for the country with single-digit new cases. Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said all the cases involved Malaysians with three of them being imported cases due to infections among people who returned from overseas. “The two local transmissions involved Malaysians who were detected from pre-referral screenings

Covid-19: Malaysia records single-digit new positive cases for past five days - Health DG | Borneo Post Online

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PUTRAJAYA, July 3 — Malaysian citizens and foreign nationals travelling to Malaysia are now required to pay the fees when they undergo the Covid-19 tests. Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba said the fees were imposed in accordance with the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases (Fee...PUTRAJAYA, July 3 — Malaysian citizens and foreign nationals travelling to Malaysia are now required to pay the fees when they undergo the Covid-19 tests. Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba said the fees were imposed in accordance with the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases (Fee...

Malaysian government sets Covid-19 test fees | Malaysia | Malay Mail

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian citizens and foreigners entering the country must pay for their compulsory Covid-19 tests before obtaining Immigration clearance.

Malaysians, foreigners entering country must pay for Covid-19 tests | New Straits Times

Two additional cases were recorded in Sabah on Friday, bringing the total number of infections in the State to 375Two additional cases were recorded in Sabah on Friday, bringing the total number of infections in the State to 375

Covid-19: Two new cases in Sabah today | Daily Express Online - Sabah's Leading News Portal

There are 3 imported and 2 local cases reported in Malaysia today. The recovery rate is 97.66% and there are 81 active cases remaining.There are 3 imported and 2 local cases reported in Malaysia today. The recovery rate is 97.66% and there are 81 active cases remaining.

COVID-19: 5 new cases today, all are Malaysians | SoyaCincau.com