Public health policies must be inclusive

THE Malaysian Health Coalition, Malaysian Trades Union Congress and Tenaganita, alongside nine other NGOs, urge that all public health policies must be inclusive and non-discriminatory to every resident in Malaysia. The health and wellbeing of all residents in Malaysia, including non-citizens, are vital to everyone’s health.

We support the government’s decision to provide medical treatment to Covid-19 positive cases in immigration detention centres. However, this must come together with other measures in parallel:

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