KOTA KINABALU — May 14, 2020: Sabah now requires a mandatory 14-day quarantine at gazetted centres for those entering the state due to a spike in the number of infections affecting Sabahans returning from outside the state and non-compliance by those required to undergo home quarantine.
This category will be tested either at the entry point or at the nearest government facility.
Returnees will only be allowed to be quarantined at home after authorities have assessed their health and conditions at home.
Sabah’s cases rose to 330 yesterday after two returning students from a local university tested positive.
On Monday, 10 cases were detected, including among students returning from Peninsular Malaysia.