Policeman dies while undergoing self-quarantine for Covid-19

SHAH ALAM (Jan 28): A policeman from the South Klang District Police Headquarters who was found positive for Covid-19, died while undergoing self-quarantine at home yesterday.

South Klang District Police chief ACP Shamsul Amar Ramli said the 53-year-old escort officer from the Internal Security and Public Order Division died at 9 pm, and confirmed that the latter was undergoing quarantine from Jan 23 to Feb 1.

"But on whether he died due to Covid-19 or otherwise, I cannot confirm," he said when contacted by Bernama here today.

He was asked to comment on a statement by a non-governmental organisation that an escort officer had died due to Covid-19.


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