The Queens Waterfront construction site cluster recorded a total of 145 Covid-19 cases as of yesterday


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The Penang government has instructed both the Penang Island City Council (MBPP) and Seberang Prai City Council (MBSP) to take stern action against construction sites which recorded high number of positive Covid-19 cases, including possible closure.

This follows the spike in Covid-19 cases in construction sites, with Penang recording a new cluster from yesterday.

The Queens Waterfront construction site cluster recorded 87 new cases yesterday, bringing the total cases to 145.

A total 709 people have been screened so far.

State Local Government Committee chairman Jagdeep Singh Deo said he had asked both the local councils to step up on their enforcement, more so following yesterday’s spike in cases.

“Our enforcement officers are on the ground.

“They have to do the monitoring and report back, and if necessary, they will take action. They have done so,” he said when met after receiving his Covid-19 vaccination at the Jalan Angsana Health Clinic here this morning.

Source: NST Online


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