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Malaysia’s medical experts express ‘deep disappointment’ in Government’s decision to allow Hari Raya visiting
The Academy of Medicine of Malaysia warned that excessive relaxation of restrictions could "reverse hard-won victories achieved through the sacrifices of Rakyat and front-liners alike".
5 Covid-19 patients in Sabah who were previously declared recovered have tested positive again: The Star
According to The Star, the patients were initially declared recovered after testing negative in two Covid-19 tests.
1 of the 5 people reported dead was a man who was found dead and posthumously found with Covid-19.
Petaling has the highest number of Covid-19 cases in Malaysia: Here are the 15 areas listed as red zones
Seremban and Johor Bahru rounded off the top 5.
It will include RM128 billion set aside to protect the welfare and well-being of Malaysians,
‘I don’t have a choice’: Malaysia’s PM says the nation’s borders will be shut for another 2 weeks till Apr 14
"I have to extend the MCO for your own safety," the PM said.
The Ministry of Health Director-General urged people to be truthful, saying some had not disclosed their links to the Jemaah Tabligh and put healthcare workers at risk.
Most Malaysians discover their cancer too late – and their first choice of treatment is faith healers: Health Minister
The lifetime risk of developing cancer for Malaysians is about 10%.
‘Janitors in Singapore earn more than us’: Malaysia’s medical grads are up in arms over incentive cuts – here’s what we ...
"Why does the civil service seem to be targeting the healthcare workers?"
Malaysia has one of the biggest gender gaps in South-east Asia, and places in the bottom half of WEF’s Global Gender Index
The World Economic Forum (WEF) estimates that the overall gender gap in the world will take 99.5 years to close.