98 stranded in Indonesia return to Tawau

TAWAU: Eighty-three Malaysians and the Indonesian spouses of 15 of them, all of whom were stranded in Nunukan, North Kalimantan, in Indonesia due to travel restrictions over COVID-19, returned here today in an express ferry.

The 98 people, 50 males and 48 females aged between one and 82, arrived at 10.20 am.

Bernama learned that all of them were transported to the Tawau Teacher Training Institute in Balung to be quarantined and monitored.