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THE Academy of Medicine of Malaysia (AMM) welcomes the government’s decision to engage with private sector healthcare providers to ease the burden on public hospitals and healthcare workers.
GEORGE TOWN: A gloomy state of affairs has engulfed Little India, with outlets from jewellery stores to textiles in a quandary over whether they will be allowed operate during the movement control order (MCO).The confusing state of affairs is a result of an appendix of frequently asked questions (FAQs) on Tuesday (Jan 12) by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry, which says businesses involved in retail, distribution and wholesaling were among commercial services allowed to operate.
From Academy of Medicine of Malaysia (PROF DR ROSMAWATI MOHAMED, Master); College of Anaesthesiologists (DATUK DR JAHIZAH HASSAN, President); College of Dental Specialists (PROF DATUK DR LIAN CHIN BOON, President); College of Emergency Physicians (DR RIDZUAN MOHD ISA, President); College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (PROF DATUK DR SITI ZAWIAH OMAR, President); College of Ophthalmologists (DR NUR FARIZA NGAH, President); College of Paediatrics (PROF DR THONG MEOW KEONG, President) College of Pathologists (PROF DR CHEONG SOON KENG, President); College of Physicians (DR LETCHUMAN RAMANATHAN, President); College of Public Health Medicine (DATUK DR SHA’ARI NGADIMAN, President); College of Radiology (PROF DR NORLISAH RAMLI, President); College of Surgeons (PROF DR APRIL CAMILLA ROSLANI, President).
SINGAPORE, July 19 (The Straits Times/ANN): Grandmother Choy Wai Chee has more reason than most to celebrate her birthday today given she has been in a life-and-death fight against Covid-19 for the past four months.
Special Report: As world approaches 10 million coronavirus cases, doctors see hope in new treatments, lessons learned
(Reuters) - Dr. Gopi Patel recalls how powerless she felt when New York's Mount Sinai Hospital overflowed with COVID-19 patients in March.
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PETALING JAYA: A group of medical specialists have expressed concern over the decision to allow small gatherings under the conditional movement control order (MCO) during the Hari Raya Aidilfitri season.