The petition calls on Putrajaya to prioritise the health of Malaysians. FMTNews WuhanVirus
The petition calls on Putrajaya to prioritise the health of Malaysians.By - January 26, 2020 12:42 PM A medical worker attends to a patient in the intensive care unit at Zhongnan Hospital of Wuhan University in Wuhan in central China’s Hubei Province. (Xiong Qi/Xinhua via AP pic) PETALING JAYA: A petition has been started on change.org urging Putrajaya to ban China nationals from entering Malaysia, following the coronavirus outbreak which has claimed 56 lives in the republic. The petition, which was started yesterday by one Muhammad Zaid Yusran Mohd Zaid, has already gained over 190,000 signatures as of 11.50am. The petition urges the government to prioritise the health of Malaysians. “Don’t wait until there is death among Malaysians and only then take some preventive action,” the petition read. Last night, the health ministry confirmed the fourth case in Malaysia of the new SARS-like virus. All four victims are from China and are reported to be in stable condition. The SARS-like virus has infected more than 1,400 people worldwide – the vast majority in China. Yesterday, it was reported that the Philippine authorities were sending back about 500 Chinese tourists from Wuhan amid concerns over the deadly virus. Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s media and communications adviser A Kadir Jasin has since urged the federal government to do the same. “No visitors from the (China) mainland until the disease is under control. China ought to suffer the consequences of its peculiar eating habits,” he said on Facebook. Mahathir, however, yesterday said there were no plans yet to restrict or review visas for Chinese tourists but that they would be monitored closely upon arrival. Subscribe to our newsletter and get news delivered to your mailbox. Read more: Free Malaysia Today
Dap Cybertrooper pro china. As always. As long chinese drunk driver killed innocent people also no problem Mohon RT.
Najib gesa Putrajaya gantung visa percuma kepada pelancong ChinaIa susulan Dr Mahathir Mohamad berkata tiada rancangan melarang kemasukan atau mengkaji semula visa kepada pelancong China susulan penularan wabak koronavirus. FMTNews China NajibRazak DrMahathirMohamad Yang ni saya sokong 👍🏻NajibRazak chedetofficial Bersyukurlah kawan dengan kehidupan Inilah bukti segalanya ketakburan fikiran Nak jaga hubungan baik dgn China pun takkan sampai macamni
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Bagaimana China dapat bekalan jual daging koala di pasar basah Wuhan?Rakyat Australia marah dengan sikap masyarakat China yang menjual daging koala di pasar basah binatang eksotik, Wuhan. FMTNews FMTOhsem Wuhan China Don’t tokkok lah! 😬Ia bukan koala. Aisehman, adakah anda benar-benar percaya anda boleh membeli koala di China dengan HANYA 40 ringgit? Don’t tokkok lah! 😬Ia bukan koala. Aisehman, adakah anda benar-benar percaya anda boleh membeli koala hidup di China dengan HANYA 40 ringgit?
Wuhan virus: 830 confirmed cases in China, death toll rises to 25ANKARA (Bernama): At least 25 people have died from the outbreak of a new respiratory virus in China, its National Health Commission said early Friday (Jan 24). no enough deaths yet for WHO to declare an emergency...so im betting, with our 'tak apa' attitude, we will brush this off as normal flu and get on with our lives. 🤦 AdmFairuz DrDzul close our borders to chinese citizens. Kita takdak duit nak tanggung wabak besar. DrDzul