News & Reviews: Ministry of Health
Apply and get your permission from the Royal Malaysia Police before buying public transport tickets for interstate travel!Last Updated: Apr 28, 2020
PDRM has announced the application and schedule for interstate travel recently for each state from 1 May 2020 to 3 May 2020. Meanwhile, for those who are looking to travel back to the city with public transport are advised to apply for permission or travel permit from the Royal Malaysia Police.
Blueprints and 6 considerations are still taking into account before deciding to end the MCO on 28 April!Last Updated: Apr 22, 2020
Malaysia’s government is still developing a blueprint for a return to normalcy after movement control order (MCO). As Datuk Dr. Noor Nisham Abdullah announced there were 57 new Covid-19 infected cases and 3 more deaths yesterday, he mentioned there are 6 considerations that must be accounted before deciding to end the MCO on 28 April.
Last Updated: Apr 17, 2020
The Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission(MCMC) is now testing a beta app called Gerak Malaysia that can identify every person that may have contacted with an Covid-19 Infectee by using location tracking. This will aid the Ministry of Health (MOH) in contact tracing.
Last Updated: Apr 08, 2020
Donations continue to pour in from around the country to aid those at the frontlines and hot spots of the COVID-19 pandemic in Malaysia. Among them is e-wallet company Boost, which has been using its apps to help gather donations from Malaysians. Since it started its Tabung COVID-19 fund on 21 March 2020, the company has been funnelling sending all donations to the Ministry of Health (MOH).
Last Updated: Mar 27, 2020
The rising number of people infected by COVID-19 in Malaysia means that medical staff in our country have to keep working hard in the next few weeks. To support all these front liners, Celcom has committed to providing additional communications support to medical staff in the different hospitals in Malaysia.
Last Updated: Jan 29, 2020
The coronavirus has sure made a lot of people worried about their safety. When we start to hear news about people fainting and being quarantined, news tends to spread virally and thanks to the Internet, it's hard to pinpoint which one is real or fake news. It even got us wearing face masks in airports where there is no official suspected case yet.
That said, your friends and family (especially relatives) would often forward chain messages about the latest coronavirus cases in Malaysia. If you're annoyed about that (which we are too), we managed to get a heads-up about which one is #fakenews thanks to official Ministry of Health, Malaysia on its Twitter post.