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19.2.2020

NSTnation Malaysia is not letting down its guard Covid19

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia is not letting down its guard, despite the country’s success in reducing the number of positive Covid-19 cases from 22 to seven, with no new cases reported as of today.

Following his video conferencing call to his Singapore counterpart on Feb 11, Dr Dzulkefly said a joint working group between both countries had been formed.“We will continue to fine-tune our measures such as exit screenings and on other matters. I was also made to understand there would be a meeting between the two deputy ministers on Tuesday (Feb 25),” he added.

He said those with bouts of cough, fever or experiencing shortness of breath should seek treatment and always wear face masks to avoid infecting others.He said it was a corporate social responsibility effort by DoctorOnCall, aiming to channel information and reduce public confusion about Covid-19.



Read more: New Straits Times

Keep it tight !!! Until vaccine is found and ! The number of cases have continued to increased each day. Until we get to the point where those numbers are declining, we couldn't say we turned the corner. But be safe thank regret later !!!

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