M’sian-born doctor hailed for stopping Adelaide outbreak


ADELAIDE: A Malaysian-born doctor is being praised as a “heroine” in Australia for preventing a full-blown coronavirus outbreak in Adelaide.

South Australia’s Chief Public Health Officer Nicola Spurrier has commended Dr Dharminy Thurairatnam (pic), who hails from Klang, for picking up on coronavirus symptoms in an elderly woman.

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