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MOH: 30% Of Covid-19 Clusters in Malaysia Are Connected To Infections In The Workplace

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Source: Astro Awani & FMT


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The third wave of Covid-19 in Malaysia is the worst one yet as the infection is now within the community. New clusters are being formed every day as the authorities try to contain the spread.

As Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Putrajaya are currently under the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO), the economy is still open and workers are still required to go to their offices even though the government encourages workers to work from home.

With people still moving about within districts, it’s hard to prevent any potential transmission, which is why our health director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah stresses again and again to follow the standard operating procedures set by the Ministry of Health (MOH).

Yet the number of cases continues to grow.

According to the MOH, the country has recorded a total of 230 Covid-19 clusters and out of that number, 62 clusters or 30% of the clusters are connected to the workplace.

As of 27 October, 37 workplace clusters are still active including two new clusters recorded yesterday.

As the government tries to strike a balance between containing the spread of Covid-19 and keeping the economy running, let’s all do our part in preventing more clusters from being formed. Follow the SOP strictly and keep your mask on as much as you can.

 

Also read: Dr Noor Hisham Predicts Covid-19 Infections In Sabah Might Be Contained Within 4 Weeks

Source: Astro Awani


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