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PETALING JAYA: The Prime Minister’s goal of achieving 400, 000 vaccinations a day by August is realistic – if issues of supply and red tape are addressed, according to medical experts.
A Malaysian manager of Norway's largest oil services provider Aker Solutions was charged on Friday over allegations he submitted false documents in dealings with state-owned energy firm Petronas, according to a court charge-sheet.
Sporadic Covid-19 infections, which cannot be traced back to any cluster, are driving Malaysia's biggest surge in cases and deaths since the pandemic started. Ramping up vaccinations is vital but what else can be done to stem the tide? We analyse case figures and speak to experts to find out.
WORKERS at Ladang Kirby in Labu, Negri Sembilan, are claiming that their water supply is being threatened as an attempt to evict them, Makkal Osai reported.
GoodKids Malaysia's online initiative embraces art and technology to empower disadvantaged children and beyond
Sanitising public spaces is a waste of public resources, not effective in combating Covid-19, says MMA
PETALING JAYA: Sanitising public spaces to fight Covid-19 is a waste of public resources, says the Malaysian Medical Association (MMA).
PETALING JAYA: Before deciding on whether to make Covid-19 vaccinations mandatory, health experts and former health ministers urged the government to first look into vaccinating those who are already in the programme and to also educate the public on its benefits.
PETALING JAYA: Flower farmers in Cameron Highlands are forced to throw away tonnes of flowers each day as florists all over the country are closed during the lockdown.
While Pemerkasa Plus provides tourism players temporary relief, it takes an accelerated vaccination rollout to save the travel sector in the long run.