‘Onus is on every person’

Testing times: Residents of Napoh waiting to undergo Covid-19 testing at Napoh clinic in Jitra, Kedah. — Bernama

PETALING JAYA: In the wake of the Sivagangga cluster that was triggered by a home quarantine rule-breaker, health experts have urged Malaysians to always practise strict health and safety standards as they say every single person plays a role in curbing the spread of Covid-19.

Universiti Putra Malaysia medical epidemiologist Assoc Prof Dr Malina Osman said the emergence of the cluster showed how the complacent attitude of even one person had led to unwanted outcomes in the entire community.

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