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Contract medical officers to go on strike next Monday (July 26) despite surging Covid-19 cases, PM's new deal
PETALING JAYA: As Covid-19 cases continue to surge, a nationwide protest is set to take place on Monday (July 26), where government medical contract workers, including doctors at public hospitals across the country will go on strike.
MMA welcomes contract doctor extension offer, urge for long-term solutions to problems faced by health workers
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) has thanked the government for offering contract doctors a two-year contract extension but urged for a long-term solution to their plight.
PETALING JAYA: Residential properties are expected to remain subdued this year until the health crisis is brought under control, according to Knight Frank Malaysia’s first half real estate highlights.
PETALING JAYA: Stakeholders want strategies and strict standard operating procedures in place before the government reopens schools this September.
TAMIL actor Vijay (pic) was strongly rebuked by a judge and fined 100,000 rupees (RM5,626) for trying to get import tax exemption for a Rolls Royce car, reported Makkal Osai.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians have been living with the Covid-19 pandemic for more than 18 months and health experts now say the virus is “here to stay”. However, the transition to live with the virus in the new normal will have to start with vaccinations.
PETALING JAYA: MCA has urged the police to stop investigating doctors involved in the Code Black and Black Monday campaigns.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) has called the police investigations against doctors supporting its Code Black and Black Monday campaign as “unnecessary” and tantamount to a form of harassment to a simple show of solidarity.
“Many graduates are still waiting for their interview appointments with the Education Services Commission (SPP). This is despite some graduating top of their class or receiving various awards.
WITH the battle against the Covid-19 pandemic in full swing, Malaysians are banding together to help the Health Ministry in one way or another.