With a spike in cases being reported in recent days, Malaysians are advised to always stay vigilant and alert for possible Covid-19 cases around them.
(Breaking News in Puchong)Another residence kena. This time is Sri Anggerik 1 Apartment, Puchong Jaya. 😷😑
In a post shared on Puchong TODAY, a resident from Sri Anggerik 1 Apartment in Puchong Jaya reportedly tested positive for Covid-19 yesterday in a statement released by the residence’s management.
“The management has been informed that a resident from Block B tested positive for Covid-19 on 5 October. The patient has been moved to a medical facility by KKM and is currently undergoing treatment.”
The management assured its residents that thorough sanitisation is being carried out for all staircases, corridors, and public areas on all blocks of Sri Anggerik Apartments. “We advise all residents to maintain their personal hygiene and health. Everybody is strongly encouraged to wear face masks, use hand sanitiser when necessary, and wash your hands regularly.”
“Follow the rules of physical distancing and avoid greeting and places of gathering. Whoever is experiencing fever, cough, difficulties in breathing, please immediately seek treatment and practice self-quarantine to avoid spreading the virus to others,” read the statement.
Do inform anyone you know who lives in the area. Stay safe, everybody!
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