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18 New Clusters Because Of Interstate Travel, But No Mandatory Tests For Traveling Students

18 New Clusters Because Of Interstate Travel, But No Mandatory Tests For Traveling Students

Even the former Youth and Sports Minister reacted to the news.

Hakim Hassan

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The Health Ministry has tracked down 18 clusters stemming from cross-state activities, from 7 December until yesterday which involve 1,378 Covid-19 patients.

Seven of them were detected in Kelantan. Pahang, Sarawak, Perak have three clusters each, and Terengganu has two clusters.

Below is the list:


  • Seragam Chepa Cluster (33)
  • Alor Durian Cluster (28)
  • Wakaf Lanas Cluster (16)
  • Kampung Geting Cluster (12)
  • Kampung Renok Cluster (24)
  • Kampung Badak Cluster (60)
  • Kesedar Cluster (15)


  • Inten Cluster (10)
  • Semambu Cluster (12)
  • Mempaga Cluster (542)


  • Bah Sayap Cluster (89)
  • Pasai Cluster (429)
  • Jelita Cluster (220)


  • Ehsan Ibol Cluster (33)
  • Lumut Barat Cluster (14)
  • Intan Mas Cluster (15)


  • Mengkuang Cluster (13)
  • Palut Cluster (13)

Meanwhile, school students or students of institutions of higher learning (IPT) do not need to undergo Covid-19 screening if they want to sit for exams or return to dormitories and campuses.

Senior Minister (Security), Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob, said schools or higher learning institutions cannot set the conditions, except for those with symptoms.

Yesterday there were complaints about IPTs and schools in some states that imposed conditions on students to make a ‘swab test’ before entering campus or hostel, to sit for exams at their own expense. The government has discussed this matter and agreed that IPTs or schools should not impose conditions on students to undergo a ‘swab test’, either to enter the hostel or to sit for exams, except for symptomatic students only.

Senior Minister (Security) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob via Berita Harian

The millennial Muar MP and former Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman later responded to the announcement with a picture and emoji requiring no explanation.

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