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GEORGE TOWN (Bernama): The Penang State Health Department (JKNPP) on Monday (Sept 13) clarified that Penang Hospital (HPP) did not allow a Covid-19 patient who is being treated in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) to be discharged for fear of spreading the infection outside the hospital.
An infectious diseases consultant offers some tips on Covid-19 testing and getting ready for home isolation.
MALAPPURAM, India (Reuters) - Vilified by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party for its high COVID-19 cases, Kerala's apparent poor record may actually hold crucial lessons for the country in containing the outbreak as authorities brace for a possible third wave of infections. https://www.reuters.com/world/india/india-should-brace-third-covid-19-wave-by-oct-say-health-experts-2021-06-18
Masimo Corp chief executive officer Joe Kiani has waged his share of hard-nosed patent fights with competitors in the medical device field, but says his current battle with Apple Inc is taking things to a new level.
Sales of oximeters, those devices used to measure blood oxygen levels, have more than doubled recently. Pharmacists recommend that each home should own one, as well as Covid-19 self-test kits, in case of emergencies, while health experts say oximeters are optional.
TOKYO (The Straits Times/ANN): In the trail of the Tokyo 2020 Games, the Olympic motto of "Faster, higher and stronger" could have described the state of Covid-19 infections in Japan's capital.
JAKARTA (The Straits Times/ANN): Indonesia has extended its partial lockdown for a week, after the month-long restrictions successfully lowered the number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in Java and Bali.
As Thailand’s medical system struggles beneath a surge of coronavirus cases, ordinary people are helping to plug the gaps, risking their own health to bring care and supplies to often terrified, exhausted patients who have fallen through the cracks.
Thailand's Covid-19 cases are soaring and current total surpasses 500,000 mark; death toll now at 4,146
Thailand’s Covid-19 cases have breached the 500,000 mark after 15,376 new cases reported over the last 24 hours, taking the total infections in the kingdom to 512,678.