Malaysia's healthcare system is on the brink of collapse, why does the government have its head in the sand?
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia--Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysia’s opposition leader has questioned the government’s transparency in sharing the COVID-19 data, contending that statistics released to the public does not tally with the recent drop in the number of daily cases.
A study has found that the Covid-19 death toll in the country may reach up to a staggering 26,000 by September based on the current trajectory, said World Health Organization (WHO) science council member Dr Adeeba Kamarulzaman.
South-east Asian countries, including nations that managed to control the coronavirus last year, are struggling to contain recent outbreaks as new variants and vaccine shortages leave populations exposed.
Malaysia’s intensive care units are struggling to cope with a sharp rises in Covid cases, the health director general has warned, as the country prepares to enter a near total lockdown from Tuesday.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia--As we hit over 6,000 cases today, more and more are calling for the government to put into effect a full lockdown like what we saw last year during MCO 1.0. But how effective was MCO 1.0? If we refer to the figures released by the Ministry of Health, both MCO 1.0 and the loose MCO 2.0 have managed to reduce COVID-19 cases significantly.
COVID-19 restrictions 'harmed' religious minorities, violated freedom to practice faith: USCIRF report
KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry (MOH) is looking for more volunteers to take part in Phase 3 of the Covid-19 vaccine clinical trial.