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Thai-made AstraZeneca vaccines on the way

Thai-made AstraZeneca vaccines on the way

The Drug Control Authority (DCA) has conceded restrictive enlistment for Thai-made Oxford/(AstraZeneca) Covid-19 immunizations. This will open another hotspot for the immunization which beforehand must be acquired from Medimmune Pharma BV from the Netherlands and SK Bioscience Co Ltd from South Korea. Siam Bioscience Co Ltd has been authorized to …

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MP claims Kepong folk left out of free Covid-19 screening programme

MP claims Kepong folk left out of free Covid-19

The Federal Territories Ministry has been blamed for dismissing the Kepong supporters in its continuous free Covid-19 evaluating program for public lodging plans. In an articulation today, Kepong MP Lim Lip Eng (above, focus) said the region under the Kepong Health Department’s locale has been detailing 300 new cases every …

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SDP appoints human rights expert after Canadian probe

SDP appoints human rights expert after Canadian probe

Sime Darby Plantation (SDP) has named Australian common liberties attorney Justine Nolan to its master partner basic freedoms evaluation commission. SDP said the commission, set up in March 2021, contains moral exchange consultancy Impactt Ltd, and a partner meeting board, which incorporates Nolan, transient laborer rights dissident and common freedoms …

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Recovering from Covid-19 – the good and the ugly

Recovering from Covid-19 – the good and the ugly

Individuals are staying away from him and shooting him messy looks – these are only a portion of the things Ewe Pin, a previous Covid-19 patient, has needed to endure since recuperating. Ewe, a specialist on a gathering called “Sembang Covid-19” said the disgrace that previous patients could taint others …

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Khairy urged to push against detaining undocumented migrants

Corporate figure replaces Umno’s Ahmad Nazlan as MRB chairman

Immunization serve Khairy Jamaluddin has been encouraged by NGOs to push against the house service’s arrangement to lead strikes and keep undocumented travelers during the lockdown. This comes after home priest Hamzah Zainudin said the arrangement for enormous scope tasks to keep undocumented transients was to guarantee that they had …

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The road to recovery after contracting Covid-19

The road to recovery after contracting Covid-19 (1)

For patients who have recuperated from Covid-19, it might seem like the most noticeably terrible is finished. Notwithstanding, it is prescribed that they proceed to intently screen their wellbeing and lead as solid a way of life as conceivable to reinforce their resistance and forestall any further unexpected issues that …

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Lack of enforcement causing more environmental damage, says group

Lack of enforcement causing more environmental damage, says group

A green gathering says there has been an increment in land debasement, land snatch and unlawful logging and mining during the development control request (MCO) period. Addressing FMT related to World Environment Day today, the Global Environment Center (GEC) noticed that state income had endured a shot from monetary limitations, …

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Seeing light at the end of the tunnel

Seeing light at the end of the tunnel

The Covid-19 pandemic has been particularly extreme for Loong Boon Cheng, who is thoroughly visually impaired and depends intensely on her feeling of touch. Nonetheless, in spite of continually stressing over getting the infection, she actually checks in for work each day. “I go to work via train and some …

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