Sarawak: 2 Suspects In Valentine's Day Brawl Tested Positive For Covid-19

Kuching: Two of the suspects from Valentine's Day brawl in Chong Lin Plaza tested positive for Covid-19. The authorities urged the remaining "brothers" and adversaries who were involved to go for Covid-19 testing immediately according to SeeHua

The two confirmed patients were sent to Sarawak General Hospital for immediate isolation and treatment. 

The two Chinese male, 31 and 34 years old were detained under the suspect on a gang fight in from of Chonglin Plaza on Valentine's Day. 7 other suspects were arrested in the wee morning the next day.

A total of 10 officers and 99 personnel who were in close contact with the suspects have been instructed to undergo swab test.


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