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PETALING JAYA: The fasting month has started for the Muslim community in Malaysia, with most states allowing bazaars and terawih prayers.
Non-communicable diseases are killing a rising number of Malaysians each year despite improvements in our healthcare. We look at the reasons why and what needs to be done.
PETALING JAYA: Other factors also need to be considered – and not just the completion of the vaccine regimen – when deciding whether interstate travel should be allowed at this stage, say health experts. Universiti Putra Malaysia medical epidemiologist Assoc Prof Dr Malina Osman said the success of the vaccination programme should not be the sole criterion for whether a person could travel across state borders.
PETALING JAYA: It is a common health condition that is estimated to affect about 38% of Malaysian adults.
PETALING JAYA: Balik kampung for the Hari Raya break may be a reality if Malaysians continue to strictly adhere to the SOP and risk assessments on the Covid-19 situation in the country show positive signs, says the Health Ministry (MOH).
PETALING JAYA: Nearly a year after the first movement control order was declared, experts observed that Putrajaya has managed the Covid-19 health crisis relatively well but some issues need to be addressed, especially those regarding enforcement of rules.
PUTRAJAYA: With over 300,000 people in Malaysia vaccinated for Covid-19 in the past three weeks, things are looking bright in the battle against the pandemic.
Malaysia’s Covid-19 vaccination rate could ramp up even further with more vaccines coming and steady progress shown so far.
PETALING JAYA: Those planning to use their influence or position to “potong queue” (cut the queue) and get access to the Covid-19 vaccination before their turn better think again.