NSTnation The Negri Sembilan government plans to open a field hospital in Tampin , if necessary, to assist existing health facilities treat Covid19 patients in the state. coronavirus
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Negeri Sembilan cadang Hospital Medan beroperasi di Tampin - Utusan DigitalHospital tersebut akan beroperasi di Hospital Tampin dan satu lawatan akan diadakan dalam masa terdekat untuk melihat pelaksanaannya termasuk jumlah katil yang boleh disediakan.
Indian restaurant owners appeal for govt assistance | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Indian Restaurant Owners Association (Primas) is appealing to the government to allow restaurants to open from 6am to 10pm, with minimum dining of two people per table, as soon as possible. Sadly some restaurants workers would not dare to advise their customers not to sit more than 2 persons per table. Have seen many sitting more than 4 persons per table in the past.
Govt targets 165,000 vaccinations daily for Selangor by August | New Straits TimesNSTnation A daily target of 165,000 Covid-19 vaccinations has been set for Selangor by August through the opening of more vaccination centres and the involvement of private clinics and hospitals as well vaccination programmes in the field. NIP Vaccine Why August? That is at least 1.5 months from now. It is much needed now. Time is KEY la... aiyooo
Life and death race to the hospital | New Straits TimesSUNGAI BULOH: With 15 years’ experience as an ambulance driver under his belt, one would assume that Mohd Nazim Zulkepli, 38, has seen and done everything.
Penang police open fire on Myvi in high-speed chase | New Straits TimesGEORGE TOWN: Police were forced to open fire on a Perodua Myvi when its driver fled after ramming into a pedestrian and attempting to crash into policemen at Jalan Batu Uban 2 here this morning. pdrm macam mana dia Ini boleh lepas bila ada fakta jnj Tuan? Soffian said further checks on the driver, a grass cutter, revealed he had 16 previous records, 14 of which for drug-related offences.
Time to reset priorities as we adjust to the new normal | New Straits TimesNSTopinion Life is like a yo-yo now. Just when we thought the situation had improved, the virus comes back biting even harder. Looks like WFH and PdPR are here to stay, at least for the next year or so. coronavirus covid19 NewNormal