Living with endemic Covid-19

With most future Covid-19 patients expected to be able to quarantine at home, telemedicine has a potentially large role to play and needs to be more tightly regulated for patient privacy and safety. —

After over two years of living with strict emergency measures to curb Covid-19, Malaysia now joins the global movement to transition from pandemic status to endemicity.

While the duration of this transition phase is yet to be defined, the SARS-CoV-2 virus is expected to be present among the Malaysian population indefinitely.

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