1. Malaysia to implement early release of inmates amid Covid-19 outbreaks behind bars  The Straits Times
  2. Inmates with Covid-19 starting to show signs of recovery  New Straits Times
  3. Chow: Covid-19 situation in Penang under control  New Straits Times
  4. 'No need for EMCO at Seberang Prai Prison'  New Straits Times
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But the plan has raised concerns from the public that crime would rise following the release of the inmates.. Read more at straitstimes.com.SE Asia News -But the plan has raised concerns from the public that crime would rise following the release of the inmates.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Malaysia to implement early release of inmates amid Covid-19 outbreaks behind bars, SE Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

GEORGE TOWN: More than 50 Penang Remand Prison inmates, who tested positive for Covid-19, are beginning to show signs of recovery from the coronavirus.

Inmates with Covid-19 starting to show signs of recovery | New Straits Times

GEORGE TOWN, Oct 17 — Over 50 inmates at the Penang Remand Prison who are Covid-19 positive have shown improvement and are recovering. Penang Remand Prison director Mohamed Jusoh Ismail said the inmates are currently housed in a special block away from other Covid-19 positive inmates at the...GEORGE TOWN, Oct 17 — Over 50 inmates at the Penang Remand Prison who are Covid-19 positive have shown improvement and are recovering. Penang Remand Prison director Mohamed Jusoh Ismail said the inmates are currently housed in a special block away from other Covid-19 positive inmates at the...

Over 50 Covid-19 positive inmates at Penang remand prison recovering, says director | Malaysia | Malay Mail