Numbers likely to taper down soon

Safety first: A worker at a shop in Klang placing stickers marking the distance customers should keep from one another in line with the SOP. — Bernama

PETALING JAYA: Health experts have weighed in on the government’s projection of Covid-19 cases, with a virologist voicing optimism that the numbers will decline once all testing has been completed.

Universiti Malaya virologist Prof Dr Sazaly Abu Bakar believes that infections would drop by the end of next week after all the tests were done in the prison clusters.

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