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Perak government should take lead to set up special task force to get more Orang Asli vaccinated, says MCA
IPOH: The government should set up a special task force for Orang Asli’s vaccination programme, says Gopeng MCA.
SEREMBAN: Foreigners made up more than 47% of all Covid-19 infections in Negri Sembilan which, despite being one of the smaller states, ranks fifth nationwide with 16,799 cases.
GEORGE TOWN: Frontliners, especially the young medical officers, have forged a special bond among themselves as a result of the unprecedented health crisis of Covid-19, says Dr Chow Ting Soo.
GEORGE TOWN: The mobile phone of a 21-year-old girl from Nibong Tebal who fell from the balcony of a flat in Relau here will be sent to the Bukit Aman forensics department.
PETALING JAYA: A Health Ministry investigation has found no evidence of queue-jumping in receiving the Covid-19 vaccine, says its minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba.
Kedah MB gets his Covid-19 vaccination, urges public to have positive attitude to immunisation programme
ALOR SETAR: Kedah Mentri Besar Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor, state Health Committee chairman Datuk Dr Mohd Hayati Othman and Kedah Health director Dr Mohd Fikri Ujang received their Pfizer-BionNTech Covid-19 vaccine jabs at Wisma Darul Aman here on Sunday (Feb 28) afternoon.
Private healthcare workers from KL to be vaccinated at two private hospitals in the state on March 1
PETALING JAYA: Private healthcare workers from Kuala Lumpur will be vaccinated at two private hospitals in the state on March 1.
PUTRAJAYA: He may not be the first to receive a Covid-19 jab in Malaysia but being among the first of frontliners to be vaccinated is more than surreal for Clement Marai Francis.
Some medical frontliners who celebrate Chinese New Year are working throughout the holiday, while others manage to get a short break – thanks to the kindness of colleagues from other races who volunteer to step in so they can rest.
SERDANG (Bernama): The one-off payment of RM500 to 140,000 healthcare frontliners will start from March 1, says Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba.