Petition to stop Chinese nationals from entering Malaysia garners 149k signatures
PETALING JAYA: In light of the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, a Malaysian has started an online petition calling for the ban of Chinese nationals ente...26 Jan 2020 / 11:13 H. Medical staff members wearing protective clothing to help stop the spread of a deadly virus which began in the city, walk at the Wuhan Red Cross Hospital in Wuhan on Jan 25, 2020. PETALING JAYA: In light of the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, a Malaysian has started an online petition calling for the ban of Chinese nationals entering the country. At the time of writing, 149,125 people have signed the petition. The man who started the virus, Muhammad Zaim Yusran Mohd Zaidy said: “The government should think more about the health of Malaysians. Don’t wait until there is death among Malaysian people then only the government wants to take some preventive action.’’ How and where the virus started is still a mystery to health officials, but cases of the c2019-nCoV have been found in Japan, South Korean, Thailand, Macau, Singapore,US, France, Vietnam and Hong Kong. In Malaysia, four cases of the virus were recorded yesterday with the latest from a 40-year-old-man who arrived in Johor Baru onboard a bus from Singapore. Did you like this article? Read more: theSun
Prevention method, from a layman perspective. Not sure why many are terming it racism
Coronavirus: No plans to stop Chinese tourists for now, says MahathirKUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said the government has no plans to stop Chinese tourists from coming into the country for now in... Yeah, said the ‘Prime Monster’ Mahathir 🤦🏻♀️ Ok China is locking down Wuhan to prevent travel in and out. Malaysia is opening doors. Worst, we give free screening to the suspects and free treatment to the sick. Way to go Malaysia.
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Wuhan coronavirus: No plans to stop Chinese tourists for now, says Dr MKUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad says the government has no plans to stop Chinese tourists from coming into the country for now in light of the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China. 1) of course we wont, tourism $ over public's lives more important (2) politics of doing so may result in china retaliate like india did (3) kpi for tourism ministry will suffer and may potray new govt as being incompetant (4) indebted to china for their loans, etc. take ur pick There shd be a ban seriously Bodoh
Cultural activities add colour to Chinese New Year celebrationKUALA LUMPUR: The Chinese New Year (CNY) celebration today is made colourful with various cultural activities held by the Chinese community, including...