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Worldpatientsafetyday, Sept 17

Ensuring safe Covid-19 pregnancy | New Straits Times

#NSTletters #WorldPatientSafetyDay was commemorated globally on #Sept17 with the theme 'Safe #maternal and #newborn care'.

20/9/2021 7:46:00 PM

NSTletters WorldPatientSafetyDay was commemorated globally on Sept17 with the theme 'Safe maternal and newborn care'.

Although there has been progress, challenges remain for Malaysia in attaining the targets of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goal 3: “Ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing for all at all ages”.

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Singaporean pleads not guilty to abusing autistic child

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A Singaporean woman on Wednesday (Oct 13) pleaded not guilty at the Ampang Sessions Court here to abusing an autistic child.

Long Covid a concern among ex-Covid-19 patients | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: Long-term complications from Covid-19 or better known as “Long Covid” has become a cause for concern among ex-patients, with many being referred again to hospitals and Intensive Care Units (ICU) post-recovery.

Covid-19 (Sept 19): 14,954 new cases, seven states in four digitsCOVID-19 | They are Sarawak, Selangor, Johor, Kelantan, Sabah, Penang and Perak.

Covid-19 deaths (Sept 19): 324 reported fatalities, death toll at 23,06770 people died before they could receive hospital treatment. Soon 25,000 people will be dead in Malaysia proving what Prof Adeeba predicted. And silly old Ismail Sabri can still appoint Mahiaddin and Anwar Ibrahim to help him combat this pandemic. Has Ismail Sabri got anything in his head?

Covid-19: Death toll reaches 23,443 with 376 total fatalities reported on Sunday (Sept 19)PETALING JAYA: Malaysia 's Covid-19 death toll has reached 23,443 after the Health Ministry reported 376 fatalities on Sunday (Sept 19).

Raising Covid-19 fund ceiling, statutory debt limit to help people, businesses | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: The government’s proposal to raise the ceiling cap for the Covid-19 Fund and the statutory debt limit is aimed at supporting the people and businesses during the reopening of the economy.

Sarawak to prioritise medical frontliners for Covid-19 booster shots | New Straits TimesNSTnation Sarawak is hoping the Covid19 booster shots would be given the green light as soon as possible with medical frontliners set to be the first group to receive the third dose.