No to Ramadan bazaars even with modification, say medical experts


KUALA LUMPUR: A third wave of Covid-19 infections may emerge if Ramadan bazaars are allowed because adequate social distancing is almost impossible to achieve at these popular bazaars, says medical experts.

"The Academy of Medicine Malaysia (AMM) strongly disagrees with any plan to hold Ramadan bazaars this year, given the ongoing threat of Covid-19," said master Professor Dr Rosmawati Mohamed in a statement on Wednesday (April 1) signed by all 11 AMM colleges.

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