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PETALING JAYA: The Health Ministry’s efforts to contain the Covid-19 pandemic, including taking time to bring in the vaccines, are on course to show a positive outcome, says Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba.
Covid-19: Introduce three-tier system for SOP violators instead of RM10k fines for all, says Lee Lam Thye
KUALA LUMPUR: A three-tier system for Covid-19 standard operating procedure (SOP) violators should be introduced instead of a RM10,000 fine for all offenders, says Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.
JELI: The enforcement of RM10,000 compounds, effective March 11, will only be imposed on individuals who breach the movement control order repeatedly, as well as those who can trigger the spread of Covid-19, says Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador.
AT the age of 18, Melati Wijsen was featured in the 2018 Time magazine’s annual list of most influential teens in the world for successfully banning plastic bags, straws and Styrofoam in Bali, Indonesia.
Hopefully, the grim milestone of the total number of Covid-19 victims in the US will mark a turning point in the global pandemic fight, says China Daily.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand kicked off its COVID-19 inoculation campaign on Sunday, with cabinet ministers, health officials and medical professionals among the first in the queue to receive vaccinations.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Several German states called on Sunday for unused AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccines to be given to younger people, as worries about side effects and efficacy, as well as a recommendation it be used only for under 65s, have meant low take-up of available doses.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top U.S. infectious disease official, said on Sunday he would take the newly approved Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, as he encouraged Americans to accept any of the three approved shots.
PETALING JAYA: The Covid-19 screening programme for foreign workers is set to be extended until the end of March, says Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri M. Saravanan (pic).
(Reuters) - For much of last year, the coronavirus crept, undetected, across eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.