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Our response to Dr Subra’s acceptance of apology

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We are happy that Malaysian Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam has accepted our apology with an open heart.  We note his statement on 3 September: “Today, the portal offered its apology for what they wrote and since they have apologised, then we are okay.”

We hope to put this episode behind us and wish all our Malaysian friends and Singaporean visitors safe trips on both sides of the Causeway and Second Link.”

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