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Covid-19: Sabah hoping for lower numbers once backlog of samples is cleared

By Olivia Miwil 2 hours ago
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is expected to record a lower number of Covid-19 cases over the next few days once the state clears its backlog of 10,400 Covid-19 samples awaiting screening.
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