Covid-19: Malaysia’s response can be a lesson to US, says American assoc prof


PETALING JAYA: Malaysia's nationwide response can be a model for other countries to help flatten the curve of the Covid-19 pandemic, says an American academic, Jason Hassenstab.

Hassenstab, an associate professor of neurology at Washington University, Missouri, acknowledged that his was a poorly-timed trip to Malaysia, but praised the nation’s response to the virus and suggested that the United States could emulate these measures.

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