Ministry responds after new Covid-19 rules lead to crowded airport corridors

Modified 27 Sep 2020, 3:26 pm

COVID-19 | The Health Ministry has acknowledged crowding issues at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 1 and 2 (KLIA1 and KLIA2) after new testing rules it began implementing today led to packed corridors.

Passengers arriving from Sabah have complained that they have to queue along crowded corridors for up to three hours before they could receive a Covid-19 test with some expressing concern that they may end up getting infected by the virus in the process.

Responding to the criticism, the Health Ministry said it was deploying more personnel to facilitate the...

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