CORONA VIRUS SWAB TEST

Health worker do a swab test for covid-19 at Selcare Clinic Shah Alam on September 04, 2020. According to the breakdown of new cases of Covid-19 Malaysia Infection on 3 October, 317 new cases were found and there were 155 cases of infection from Sabah. Targeted Screening For People Returning From Sabah Given the possibility of new infections related to infection from Sabah, the State Government would like to assist the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) and facilitate the detection of COVID-19 infection by conducting free targeted screening for all Selangor citizens which has a history of travel to Sabah between 20 to 26 September 2020 from 4 to 11 October. This screening can be done at all Selcare Clinic branches owned by a State Government subsidiary, Selgate Healthcare Sdn Bhd with proof of return flight documents from Sabah as well as proof of permanent residence in Selangor (water bill, electricity bill). The public is requested to attend the nearest clinic or as listed in the appendix or visit the selcareclinic website starting Sunday, October 4, 2020. Special arrangements are also made for screening at the public hall in Kuala Selangor district on a date and location to be finalized later. photo adib rawi yahya

Health worker do a swab test for covid-19 at Selcare Clinic Shah Alam on September 04, 2020. According to the breakdown of new cases of Covid-19 Malaysia Infection on 3 October, 317 new cases were found and there were 155 cases of infection from Sabah. Targeted Screening For People Returning From Sabah Given the possibility of new infections related to infection from Sabah, the State Government would like to assist the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) and facilitate the detection of COVID-19 infection by conducting free targeted screening for all Selangor citizens which has a history of travel to Sabah between 20 to 26 September 2020 from 4 to 11 October. This screening can be done at all Selcare Clinic branches owned by a State Government subsidiary, Selgate Healthcare Sdn Bhd with proof of return flight documents from Sabah as well as proof of permanent residence in Selangor (water bill, electricity bill). The public is requested to attend the nearest clinic or as listed in the appendix or visit the selcareclinic website starting Sunday, October 4, 2020. Special arrangements are also made for screening at the public hall in Kuala Selangor district on a date and location to be finalized later. photo adib rawi yahya

Health worker do a swab test for covid-19 at Selcare Clinic Shah Alam on September 04, 2020. According to the breakdown of new cases of Covid-19 Malaysia Infection on 3 October, 317 new cases were found and there were 155 cases of infection from Sabah. Targeted Screening For People Returning From Sabah Given the possibility of new infections related to infection from Sabah, the State Government would like to assist the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) and facilitate the detection of COVID-19 infection by conducting free targeted screening for all Selangor citizens which has a history of travel to Sabah between 20 to 26 September 2020 from 4 to 11 October. This screening can be done at all Selcare Clinic branches owned by a State Government subsidiary, Selgate Healthcare Sdn Bhd with proof of return flight documents from Sabah as well as proof of permanent residence in Selangor (water bill, electricity bill). The public is requested to attend the nearest clinic or as listed in the appendix or visit the selcareclinic website starting Sunday, October 4, 2020. Special arrangements are also made for screening at the public hall in Kuala Selangor district on a date and location to be finalized later. photo adib rawi yahya

Health worker do a swab test for covid-19 at Selcare Clinic Shah Alam on September 04, 2020. According to the breakdown of new cases of Covid-19 Malaysia Infection on 3 October, 317 new cases were found and there were 155 cases of infection from Sabah. Targeted Screening For People Returning From Sabah Given the possibility of new infections related to infection from Sabah, the State Government would like to assist the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) and facilitate the detection of COVID-19 infection by conducting free targeted screening for all Selangor citizens which has a history of travel to Sabah between 20 to 26 September 2020 from 4 to 11 October. This screening can be done at all Selcare Clinic branches owned by a State Government subsidiary, Selgate Healthcare Sdn Bhd with proof of return flight documents from Sabah as well as proof of permanent residence in Selangor (water bill, electricity bill). The public is requested to attend the nearest clinic or as listed in the appendix or visit the selcareclinic website starting Sunday, October 4, 2020. Special arrangements are also made for screening at the public hall in Kuala Selangor district on a date and location to be finalized later. photo adib rawi yahya

Health worker do a swab test for covid-19 at Selcare Clinic Shah Alam on September 04, 2020. According to the breakdown of new cases of Covid-19 Malaysia Infection on 3 October, 317 new cases were found and there were 155 cases of infection from Sabah. Targeted Screening For People Returning From Sabah Given the possibility of new infections related to infection from Sabah, the State Government would like to assist the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) and facilitate the detection of COVID-19 infection by conducting free targeted screening for all Selangor citizens which has a history of travel to Sabah between 20 to 26 September 2020 from 4 to 11 October. This screening can be done at all Selcare Clinic branches owned by a State Government subsidiary, Selgate Healthcare Sdn Bhd with proof of return flight documents from Sabah as well as proof of permanent residence in Selangor (water bill, electricity bill). The public is requested to attend the nearest clinic or as listed in the appendix or visit the selcareclinic website starting Sunday, October 4, 2020. Special arrangements are also made for screening at the public hall in Kuala Selangor district on a date and location to be finalized later. photo adib rawi yahya

Health worker do a swab test for covid-19 at Selcare Clinic Shah Alam on September 04, 2020. According to the breakdown of new cases of Covid-19 Malaysia Infection on 3 October, 317 new cases were found and there were 155 cases of infection from Sabah. Targeted Screening For People Returning From Sabah Given the possibility of new infections related to infection from Sabah, the State Government would like to assist the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) and facilitate the detection of COVID-19 infection by conducting free targeted screening for all Selangor citizens which has a history of travel to Sabah between 20 to 26 September 2020 from 4 to 11 October. This screening can be done at all Selcare Clinic branches owned by a State Government subsidiary, Selgate Healthcare Sdn Bhd with proof of return flight documents from Sabah as well as proof of permanent residence in Selangor (water bill, electricity bill). The public is requested to attend the nearest clinic or as listed in the appendix or visit the selcareclinic website starting Sunday, October 4, 2020. Special arrangements are also made for screening at the public hall in Kuala Selangor district on a date and location to be finalized later. photo adib rawi yahya

Health worker do a swab test for covid-19 at Selcare Clinic Shah Alam on September 04, 2020. According to the breakdown of new cases of Covid-19 Malaysia Infection on 3 October, 317 new cases were found and there were 155 cases of infection from Sabah. Targeted Screening For People Returning From Sabah Given the possibility of new infections related to infection from Sabah, the State Government would like to assist the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) and facilitate the detection of COVID-19 infection by conducting free targeted screening for all Selangor citizens which has a history of travel to Sabah between 20 to 26 September 2020 from 4 to 11 October. This screening can be done at all Selcare Clinic branches owned by a State Government subsidiary, Selgate Healthcare Sdn Bhd with proof of return flight documents from Sabah as well as proof of permanent residence in Selangor (water bill, electricity bill). The public is requested to attend the nearest clinic or as listed in the appendix or visit the selcareclinic website starting Sunday, October 4, 2020. Special arrangements are also made for screening at the public hall in Kuala Selangor district on a date and location to be finalized later. photo adib rawi yahya

Health worker do a swab test for covid-19 at Selcare Clinic Shah Alam on September 04, 2020. According to the breakdown of new cases of Covid-19 Malaysia Infection on 3 October, 317 new cases were found and there were 155 cases of infection from Sabah. Targeted Screening For People Returning From Sabah Given the possibility of new infections related to infection from Sabah, the State Government would like to assist the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) and facilitate the detection of COVID-19 infection by conducting free targeted screening for all Selangor citizens which has a history of travel to Sabah between 20 to 26 September 2020 from 4 to 11 October. This screening can be done at all Selcare Clinic branches owned by a State Government subsidiary, Selgate Healthcare Sdn Bhd with proof of return flight documents from Sabah as well as proof of permanent residence in Selangor (water bill, electricity bill). The public is requested to attend the nearest clinic or as listed in the appendix or visit the selcareclinic website starting Sunday, October 4, 2020. Special arrangements are also made for screening at the public hall in Kuala Selangor district on a date and location to be finalized later. photo adib rawi yahya

Health worker do a swab test for covid-19 at Selcare Clinic Shah Alam on September 04, 2020. According to the breakdown of new cases of Covid-19 Malaysia Infection on 3 October, 317 new cases were found and there were 155 cases of infection from Sabah. Targeted Screening For People Returning From Sabah Given the possibility of new infections related to infection from Sabah, the State Government would like to assist the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) and facilitate the detection of COVID-19 infection by conducting free targeted screening for all Selangor citizens which has a history of travel to Sabah between 20 to 26 September 2020 from 4 to 11 October. This screening can be done at all Selcare Clinic branches owned by a State Government subsidiary, Selgate Healthcare Sdn Bhd with proof of return flight documents from Sabah as well as proof of permanent residence in Selangor (water bill, electricity bill). The public is requested to attend the nearest clinic or as listed in the appendix or visit the selcareclinic website starting Sunday, October 4, 2020. Special arrangements are also made for screening at the public hall in Kuala Selangor district on a date and location to be finalized later. photo adib rawi yahya

Health worker do a swab test for covid-19 at Selcare Clinic Shah Alam on September 04, 2020. According to the breakdown of new cases of Covid-19 Malaysia Infection on 3 October, 317 new cases were found and there were 155 cases of infection from Sabah. Targeted Screening For People Returning From Sabah Given the possibility of new infections related to infection from Sabah, the State Government would like to assist the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) and facilitate the detection of COVID-19 infection by conducting free targeted screening for all Selangor citizens which has a history of travel to Sabah between 20 to 26 September 2020 from 4 to 11 October. This screening can be done at all Selcare Clinic branches owned by a State Government subsidiary, Selgate Healthcare Sdn Bhd with proof of return flight documents from Sabah as well as proof of permanent residence in Selangor (water bill, electricity bill). The public is requested to attend the nearest clinic or as listed in the appendix or visit the selcareclinic website starting Sunday, October 4, 2020. Special arrangements are also made for screening at the public hall in Kuala Selangor district on a date and location to be finalized later. photo adib rawi yahya

Health worker do a swab test for covid-19 at Selcare Clinic Shah Alam on September 04, 2020. According to the breakdown of new cases of Covid-19 Malaysia Infection on 3 October, 317 new cases were found and there were 155 cases of infection from Sabah. Targeted Screening For People Returning From Sabah Given the possibility of new infections related to infection from Sabah, the State Government would like to assist the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) and facilitate the detection of COVID-19 infection by conducting free targeted screening for all Selangor citizens which has a history of travel to Sabah between 20 to 26 September 2020 from 4 to 11 October. This screening can be done at all Selcare Clinic branches owned by a State Government subsidiary, Selgate Healthcare Sdn Bhd with proof of return flight documents from Sabah as well as proof of permanent residence in Selangor (water bill, electricity bill). The public is requested to attend the nearest clinic or as listed in the appendix or visit the selcareclinic website starting Sunday, October 4, 2020. Special arrangements are also made for screening at the public hall in Kuala Selangor district on a date and location to be finalized later. photo adib rawi yahya

Health worker do a swab test for covid-19 at Selcare Clinic Shah Alam on September 04, 2020. According to the breakdown of new cases of Covid-19 Malaysia Infection on 3 October, 317 new cases were found and there were 155 cases of infection from Sabah. Targeted Screening For People Returning From Sabah Given the possibility of new infections related to infection from Sabah, the State Government would like to assist the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) and facilitate the detection of COVID-19 infection by conducting free targeted screening for all Selangor citizens which has a history of travel to Sabah between 20 to 26 September 2020 from 4 to 11 October. This screening can be done at all Selcare Clinic branches owned by a State Government subsidiary, Selgate Healthcare Sdn Bhd with proof of return flight documents from Sabah as well as proof of permanent residence in Selangor (water bill, electricity bill). The public is requested to attend the nearest clinic or as listed in the appendix or visit the selcareclinic website starting Sunday, October 4, 2020. Special arrangements are also made for screening at the public hall in Kuala Selangor district on a date and location to be finalized later. photo adib rawi yahya

Patients waits for a doctor collects samples for a coronavirus test at private Sunway Medical Centre in Sunway, outside of Kuala Lumpur on Thursday, October 08, 2020. The health ministry has warned that Malaysia is facing a new wave of virus cases as the outbreak has widened in recent days. New clusters have sprung up in many states amid increased travel to eastern Sabah state, a hotspot zone, for a state election last month. photo adib rawi yahya

A doctor collects samples for a coronavirus test from behind a shield at private Sunway Medical Centre in Sunway, outside of Kuala Lumpur on Thursday, October 08, 2020. The health ministry has warned that Malaysia is facing a new wave of virus cases as the outbreak has widened in recent days. New clusters have sprung up in many states amid increased travel to eastern Sabah state, a hotspot zone, for a state election last month. photo adib rawi yahya

A doctor collects samples for a coronavirus test from behind a shield at private Sunway Medical Centre in Sunway, outside of Kuala Lumpur on Thursday, October 08, 2020. The health ministry has warned that Malaysia is facing a new wave of virus cases as the outbreak has widened in recent days. New clusters have sprung up in many states amid increased travel to eastern Sabah state, a hotspot zone, for a state election last month. photo adib rawi yahya

A doctor collects samples for a coronavirus test from behind a shield at private Sunway Medical Centre in Sunway, outside of Kuala Lumpur on Thursday, October 08, 2020. The health ministry has warned that Malaysia is facing a new wave of virus cases as the outbreak has widened in recent days. New clusters have sprung up in many states amid increased travel to eastern Sabah state, a hotspot zone, for a state election last month. photo adib rawi yahya

A doctor collects samples for a coronavirus test from behind a shield at private Sunway Medical Centre in Sunway, outside of Kuala Lumpur on Thursday, October 08, 2020. The health ministry has warned that Malaysia is facing a new wave of virus cases as the outbreak has widened in recent days. New clusters have sprung up in many states amid increased travel to eastern Sabah state, a hotspot zone, for a state election last month. photo adib rawi yahya

Patients waits for a doctor collects samples for a coronavirus test at private Sunway Medical Centre in Sunway, outside of Kuala Lumpur on Thursday, October 08, 2020. The health ministry has warned that Malaysia is facing a new wave of virus cases as the outbreak has widened in recent days. New clusters have sprung up in many states amid increased travel to eastern Sabah state, a hotspot zone, for a state election last month. photo adib rawi yahya

Patients waits for a doctor collects samples for a coronavirus test at private Sunway Medical Centre in Sunway, outside of Kuala Lumpur on Thursday, October 08, 2020. The health ministry has warned that Malaysia is facing a new wave of virus cases as the outbreak has widened in recent days. New clusters have sprung up in many states amid increased travel to eastern Sabah state, a hotspot zone, for a state election last month. photo adib rawi yahya

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