Returning OKU, students, gov’t officers to get free Covid-19 test

Modified 29 Jun 2020, 7:19 am

CORONAVIRUS | Disabled persons (OKU), students, and government officers returning to Malaysia will be exempted from paying the costs of undergoing Covid-19 testing at the country’s gateways.

Defence Minister Ismail Sabri said that the special ministers’ meeting this morning decided to allow the exemption to these three categories of Malaysians returning from abroad.

In the case of OKU, they must carry cards issued by the Welfare Department. The exemption for students will only apply to those...

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