KUALA LUMPUR – The Covid-19 cases in Sudan is getting worrying with its high positive cases, especially in the Khartoum metropolitan.
The numbers do not only pose danger for the Sudanese but also the Malaysian students in that country.
According to a source, 12 out of 17 students living in the Ettihad Malaysia House were reported to be unwell recently.
An estimation of 45 students are currently in Sudan. However, they reside in different places of that country.
Among the symptoms experienced by the students at the Ettihad Malaysia House include fever, cough, headache, sore throat, sensory loss and fatigue.
Several students have shown recovery from fever, however, they are still fatigue.
The representative of the house had contacted the hospital managing Covid-19 disaster in Khartoum. They are advised to continue to stay in house quarantine for 14 days.
Nevertheless, the authorities in that country will send ambulance to them if it is needed.
They have made an appeal to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Malaysia to bring them back to Malaysia but have yet to get any response.
Their parents are clearly concerned about the situation of their children there and hope that the Malaysian government can work with Sudan to arrange these students to be sent home. –MalaysiaGazette