KUALA LUMPUR – Total of 150 workers from a wholesale market in Batu Caves will undergo COVID-19 screening and was told to quarantine themselves for 14 days after two workers were tested positive for the disease.
The president of Kuala Lumpur Vegetable Wholesale Association, Wong Keng Fatt said in an interview with The Star that the workers who went for screening are from 30 different stalls in Batu Caves. They will cease operation until April 18.
However, Wong also clarified that the market would still be open to the public. The Health Ministry has built a disinfection station for the workers there
“We will work with Kuala Lumpur City Hall and the Health Ministry on the matter,” he added. The test results will be available within three to five days.