M'sians found at Indian tabligh meet which sparked Covid-19 clusters

Modified 31 Mar 2020, 12:09 pm

CORONAVIRUS | At least 20 Malaysians were found to have attended an international tabligh gathering earlier this month in New Delhi, India, which reportedly set off several clusters of Covid-19 infections across the republic.

The Times of India reported that local police had over the last two days found 281 foreign nationals, including the 20 Malaysians, residing at the Tablighi Jamaat movement headquarters in New Delhi's Nizamuddin neighbourhood.

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