Sarawak, Covid-19

Sarawak, Covid-19

Unimas student died from late intervention, says Sarawak minister | The Malaysian Insight

Unimas student died from late intervention, says Sarawak minister

10/4/2020 4:21:00 PM

Unimas student died from late intervention, says Sarawak minister

Covid-19 victim should gone for test when parents infected, says Karim.

Copy URLAbdul Karim Hamzah says parents should not worry about their children holed in Unimas as the student who died got infected outside of campus. – The Malaysian Insight pic, April 10, 2020.THE country’s youngest Covid-19 victim, a 23-year-old Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) student who died yesterday, could have been saved if she had sought treatment early, state Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Abdul Karim Hamzah said.

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Karim said the final-year computer science and information technology student should have gone for the Covid-19 tests when both her parents were tested positive. Read more: TheMalaysianInsight »

Unimas student latest to die of Covid-19 in Sarawak | The Malaysian Insight23-year-old becomes 13th fatality in state, with six more cases reported today.

Pelajar Unimas korban terbaru Covid-19Mangsa berusia 23 tahun itu meninggal dunia di Hospital Umum Sarawak hari ini. FMTNews Covid19

Unimas student latest to die of Covid-19 in Sarawak | The Malaysian Insight23-year-old becomes 13th fatality in state, with six more cases reported today.

Don't delay Covid-19 treatment, urges Sarawak minister after student's deathHe says the Universiti Malaysia Sarawak student was referred to hospital at a late stage. FMTNews Covid19 UNIMAS

Gadis 23 tahun korban terbaru Covid-19 | The Malaysian InsightPelajar Unimas di Kota Samarahan itu menjadi mangsa termuda direkodkan dalam kes kematian akibat wabak berkenaan.

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