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Three housing areas in Kuala Langat are placed under the Semi-Enhanced Movement Control Order (Semi-CMCO) on 2 June as 20 foreign workers were tested positive for Covid-19.
According to reports by The Star, the three housing estates are:
- Taman Langat Utama
- Taman Langat Murni 1
- Taman Langat Murni 3
Malay Mail reported that these areas consists of three blocks of two-storey building and are occupied by both locals and foreigners.
It’s also reported that the police are currently tabulating the details of residents in these locations and a total of 128 Armed Forces personnel and 60 police officers have set up barbed wire fencing around the area.
This was after 20 Bangladeshis who were living in a hostel in the area were found to be Covid-19 positive when their company sent them for health screenings at a clinic.
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