Families of those who die due to long-Covid-19 may be given financial aid, says Abdul Latiff


KUALA LUMPUR: Families of those who die due to the effects of long-Covid-19 may be given financial aid, says Datuk Dr Abdul Latiff Ahmad.

"The National Disaster Management Agency (Nadma) has no objections to consider such aid for those who pass away due to the effects of long-Covid-19 as long as the stipulated conditions are fulfilled," the Minister in the Prime Minister's Department said in a written reply in Dewan Rakyat on Tuesday (March 8).

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