Bernama, Covid-19, Noor Hisham Abdullah

Bernama, Covid-19

Genome sequencing aiding Covid-19 preparedness, says health D-G | The Malaysian Insight

Genome sequencing aiding Covid-19 preparedness, says health D-G

22/10/2020 7:00:00 PM

Genome sequencing aiding Covid-19 preparedness, says health D-G

It helps the ministry learn more about the characteristics of the virus, says Noor Hisham.

Copy URLGenome sequencing on Covid-19 virus samples helps the Health Ministry with its planning to enhance mitigation measures and preparedness in case of mutations with high infectivity. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, October 22, 2020.GENOME sequencing conducted on Covid-19 virus samples has helped the Health Ministry in its planning to improve preparedness to deal with the pandemic.

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