Covid-19: Khairy urges public to work together to fight Omicron wave


KUALA LUMPUR: The public needs to work together to fight the Covid-19 pandemic with community empowerment amid the beginning of the Omicron variant wave in the country, says Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin.

Khairy, in his Twitter account on Thursday (Jan 27), said no lockdown or heavy compounds would be imposed, instead the people needed to focus on their own behaviour.

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