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Duterte: Stricter measures if public continue ignoring health protocols | New Straits Times

STRICTER measures will be implemented if people continue to disregard health protocols and quarantine restrictions imposed for their own good amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

8/6/2021 5:19:00 AM

NSTregion This particularly evident in Bacolod in the Visayas and Cagayan de Oro Mindanao, he said and pointed out some people in these places act as though there was no pandemic, even just roaming around. Duterte Philippines Covid19 Pandemic

STRICTER measures will be implemented if people continue to disregard health protocols and quarantine restrictions imposed for their own good amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Taxi driver runs amok and crashes into cars at KK International Airport

KOTA KINABALU: A taxi driver is believed to have run amok at the Kota Kinabalu International Airport waiting area by deliberately crashing into several vehicles on Monday (July 19).

Strict adherence to SOP will help flatten Covid-19 curve | New Straits TimesNSTnaton Residents here have been reminded to strictly follow the Standard Operating Procedures SOP to help maintain the district's status as a Covid-19 green zone in Sabah until the pandemic ends.

Foto pilihan Mei 2021 | Harian MetroSIRI gambar terbaik dirakam jurufoto The New Straits Times Press (Malaysia) Berhad pada Mei 2021.

Covid-19 cases continue to drop, but ICU numbers soar to record 902 | New Straits TimesNSTnation While the number of new Covid19 infections continued to dip for the third day straight, the number of patients being treated at the Intensive Care Units (ICU) soared to 902, the highest since the pandemic hit. Death Infection Pandemic

Online learning to continue, for now [NSTTV] | New Straits TimesNSTnation Students will continue with home-based learning (PdPR) when school sessions reopen this June 13 and June 14. Read here: eLearning Onlinelearning

Police: Public still clueless about movement restrictions | New Straits TimesPUTRAJAYA: Even though Malaysia has been facing the Covid-19 pandemic for more than a year, there are members of the public who still fail to understand the need for movement restrictions to curb the risk of virus transmission from one place to another. Death is no longer a fear factor to some. Thats all.

Children's mental health, education as vital as economic recovery | New Straits TimesThe introduction of the steam engine revolutionised human interactions, as well as the human-ecological interplay as humankind explored, and later exploited, the environment in the name of progress, at times bringing a number of disadvantages to the collective survival. Betul