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Coronavirus: time to review Hong Kong’s quarantine exemptions for diplomats and others, health experts say
Visits to shopping centres by consulate employee’s infected children during self-isolation period have raised numerous questionsThe two siblings from Saudi Arabia were among five imported Covid-19 cases confirmed on Wednesday, alongside one each from Cambodia, the UAE and Bangladesh
PETALING JAYA: With a growing number of variants of concern (VOC) detected in Malaysia, experts say vaccination and public health measures are the way to go to protect the gains Malaysia is making.
Rescuers in India combed through mud and debris Saturday (July 24) in a desperate search for survivors as the death toll from multiple monsoon-triggered landslides climbed to 125, according to officials.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A brutally tough Olympic road race course wore down most of the 130 riders who set off from Musashinonomori Park in stifling heat on Saturday but not gold medallist Richard Carapaz who trains on an Ecuadorean volcano.
SIBU: Cabinet's decision to extend the contracts of medical and dental officers for a maximum of four years is insufficient, says SUPP education bureau chairman Datuk Ding Kuong Hiing.
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.
Cybercrime specialists warn parents posting photos of their kids to Instagram or Facebook that paedophiles are trawling the web to share these kinds of photos on dubious forums.
Effective strategy required for home-based learning to reduce pressure, says Malaysian Psychiatric Association
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Education Ministry (MOE) has been urged to improve or use more effective strategies to reduce the pressure facing students, teachers and parents in implementing home-based teaching and learning (PdPR).
KUALA LUMPUR: Dynafront Holdings Bhd, an insurance technology specialist, made its debut on the LEAP Market of Bursa Securities Malaysia yesterday at 23 sen a share, which was a premium of two sen or 9.6% over its offer price of 21 sen.