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Latest places added: Taman LTAT Bukit Jalil, Tenby School Tanjung Bungah, Maybank Rawang.
Below are verified locations that are reported to be affected today.
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- Maybank Rawang, Selangor
A staff member here had direct contact with a patient under investigation, though the contact happened off the premises, the bank said in a notice.
The Rawang branch has been closed for disinfection from Nov 9 until further notice.
- Setiawalk, Puchong, Selangor
The management said in a Nov 8 notice that a staff member tested positive during a recent swab test carried out for all management staff and service vendors here.
The staff is under home quarantine and awaiting a second test from the Health Ministry to confirm the case.
The ministry has also ordered the closure of all property management offices as a precautionary measure.
- Kepong Sentral Condominium, Selangor
The management said in a notice dated Nov 7 that one of its residents was confirmed positive for Covid-19.
All possible contaminated areas have been disinfected, they said.
- Anjung Hijau Greenfields, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur
The management said in a notice dated Nov 8 that a resident had tested positive for Covid-19. Sanitisation has been done in all affected areas.
The other residents of the same unit have also undergone Covid-19 testing, they said.
- Taman LTAT, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur
A resident of Block F tested positive on Nov 8, while the patient's family members have been screened and are in self-quarantine.
The Health Ministry has disinfected both lifts at the block, the management said in a notice to residents.
- Tenby School, Tanjung Bungah, Penang
The private school announced on Facebook today that two students - one in Year 3 and one in Year 7 - have tested positive for Covid-19. Screening of students and staff identified as close contacts of these students will begin tomorrow.
The school is already closed due to the implementation of the conditional movement control order in Penang beginning today.