Private hospitals association offer to help public sector in Covid-19 outbreak

PETALING JAYA: The Association of Private Hospitals of Malaysia (APHM) says private hospitals are ready to assist the Health Ministry on the Covid-19 situation, but also urged that personal protective equipment and face masks no longer be exported overseas.

Its president Datuk Dr Kuljit Singh its member hospitals are ready to coordinate the management of Covid-19 patients, so as to not overburden the public healthcare sector, and to assist in terms of equipment and manpower.

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