Regional News • Asia

Malaysia eases lockdown and makes testing of foreign workers mandatory

The Malaysian government is allowing businesses to reopen after the lockdown had been in place since the 18th of March. In order to combat the spread of the coronavirus, all foreign workers are now required to undergo mandatory testing after a new cluster of infected people was detected over the weekend. The cluster was detected near Kuala Lumpur at a construction site and multiple of the positively tested people were forgein workers.

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