99 Passengers On KL-Labuan MAS Flight Urged To Go For Testing After COVID-19 Positive Case

The remaining passengers have been urged to immediately get tested.

Cover image via Kein/flickr & Bernama

A passenger who was onboard a Malaysia Airlines flight from Kuala Lumpur to Labuan on 11 October has tested positive for COVID-19

In a report today, 15 October, Bernama said the passenger was on flight number MH2608.

Screenshot showing MH2608 history on 11 October.

Image via Flightradar24

There were 99 others onboard the same flight that day

All of whom have now been urged to immediately undergo screening for COVID-19.

The Bernama report added that Labuan Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre (CPRC) has issued a schedule for the tests at Membedai Health Clinic beginning today, 15 October, from 11am to 2pm.

It did not provide any other details about the infected passenger but said that those who wished to reschedule the tests are advised to call Labuan CPRC at +6087-596160, +6087-422505 or +6087-442506.

As of 14 October, Labuan has recorded 86 COVID-19 cases.

Keep practising physical distancing and wash your hands often. Watch the latest update on the COVID-19 situation:

Meanwhile, the Archdiocese of Kuala Lumpur (ArchKL) has disclosed that a parishioner of a church in KL tested positive for COVID-19:

Last week, a worshipper who attended Friday prayers at the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport mosque tested positive for COVID-19:

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