Covid-19: SOP compliance needs to be stricter amid emergence of Omicron, says Sabah Health director


Sabah Health Director Dr Rose Nani Mudin - Bernama

KOTA KINABALU: People are getting complacent following their vaccination and booster shots against Covid-19 in Sabah, says state Health director Datuk Dr Rose Nani Mudin.

She said with the emergence of new variants, namely Omicron, it is vital that full compliance of standard operating procedures (SOP) is adhered to, more so with the opening up of so many economic and social sectors.

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