A total of 126 lorry drivers who had entered and left Kelantan via the Customs, Immigration and Quarantine Complex, underwent Covid-19 test recently.
State Health director Datuk Dr Zaini Hussin said the lorry drivers were all tested negative.
He said the 126, mostly locals, had undergone either screening or swab tests when they passed through the complex in Rantau Panjang on Monday.
Kelantan has prepared four hospitals for quarantine and treatment of Covid-19 patients, State Health Department director Datuk Dr Zaini Hussin said.
The four hospitals are Raja Perempuan Zainab II Hospital (HRPZII) here, Sultan Ismail Petra Hospital in Kuala Krai, the Kuala Krai Hospital and Tumpat Hospital.
In addition to that, he said, the Tumpat Training Centre, which was turned into a quarantine centre during Covid-19 second wave, will reprise the same role this time around.
Two oil and gas offshore workers from different companies were the latest to test positive for Covid-19 in Kelantan.
Kelantan Health director Datuk Dr Zaini Hussin, however, refused to divulge their travel history or the location where they were tested positive.
He said the two were found to have contracted the virus after undergoing screening tests at separate health clinics on Oct 13.