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COVID-19: Malaysian students unable to travel to Singapore for school worry prolonged absence could affect studies | Video

About one-third of an estimated 1,200 Malaysian students who used to travel to Singapore for school every day are unable to do so because of border restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic. With daily commuting still not allowed, some are worried the prolonged absence from school could have a serious impact on their education. Deborah Wong with more.

COVID-19: Malaysian students unable to travel to Singapore for school worry prolonged absence could affect studies | Video

13 Aug 2020 11:39pm
About one-third of an estimated 1,200 Malaysian students who used to travel to Singapore for school every day are unable to do so because of border restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic. With daily commuting still not allowed, some are worried the prolonged absence from school could have a serious impact on their education. Deborah Wong with more.

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