MOH increasing vigilance to fight Omicron wave

PETALING JAYA: There is a high possibility of an Omicron wave hitting Malaysia, just like what other countries are experiencing, says Khairy Jamaluddin.

To help contain the transmission of the highly infectious Covid-19 variant, the Health Minister said key measures have been put in place, such as providing extensive booster dose coverage, requiring face masks, ensuring good ventilation, implementing TRIIS (test, report, isolate, inform and seek), activating the MySejahtera Trace system and imposing tighter controls at international entry points.

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