Wuhan virus: Sabah looking to provide personnel at entry points with protective equipmentRead more: The Star
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Sabah govt concerned Wuhan coronavirus outbreak may affect tourismNSTnation: From January to November last year, the Sabah Tourism Board recorded 3.766 million tourists arrivals, with China contributing the most, followed by SouthKorea. coronovirus Wuhan virus No wonder, PM dont want to bar the tourist from China coming to Malaysia.. Money First Before Rakyat Lorh.. Between money and people live pakatanharapan_ barisanasional NONSENSE!!! More concerned about TOURISM!? SERIOUSLY!?
Wuhan virus: China deploys army medicsWUHAN (AFP): The Chinese army deployed medical specialists Saturday (Jan 25) to the centre of a spiralling viral outbreak that has killed 41 people and spread around the world, as millions spent their normally festive Lunar New Year holiday under lockdown. We have to stop foreigners to come inside Malaysia or we have to provide medical checkup onboard before entry country.medical boot on the spot in every airport. Surreal
Johor briefs tourism players on Wuhan virus | The Malaysian InsightThose handling tourists, especially from China, advised to be alert to symptoms and wear masks. A cursed from God for Uighur carnage !!
Coronavirus: Malaysians in Wuhan safe, says Marzuki | Malay MailGEORGE TOWN, Jan 25 — Malaysians in Wuhan, China, comprising mostly students and expatriates, are reported to be safe and free from coronavirus, said Deputy Foreign Minister Datuk Marzuki Yahya. He said the Malaysian Embassy in China was constantly monitoring the situation there and continuing to...
HK declares Wuhan virus outbreak an ‘emergency’HONG KONG (AFP): Hong Kong has declared a mystery virus outbreak as an “emergency” – the city's highest warning tier – as authorities ramped up measures aimed at reducing the risk of further infections spreading.
With Wuhan virus genetic code in hand, scientists begin work on a vaccineCHICAGO/LONDON (Reuters) - When a newly organised vaccine research group at the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) met for the first time this week, its members had expected to be able to ease into their work. But their mandate is to conduct human trials for emerging health threats - and their first assignment came at shocking speed.