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Selangor disputes Mosti’s vaccine dose data

Selangor disputes Mosti's vaccine dose data

The Selangor government has questioned information on immunization portions given by the Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry (Mosti), which showed that more than 2,000,000 dosages still can’t seem to be utilized in the state. As indicated by information given by Mosti to the media, 2.9 million dosages of the Covid-19 …

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No in-person Parliament until herd immunity achieved, home minister says

No in-person Parliament until herd immunity achieved, home minister says (1)

Home Minister Hamzah Zainudin said today that Parliament will just sit after the nation accomplishes group insusceptibility against the Covid-19 infection. He said requires the public authority to reconvene the Dewan Rakyat before the vaccination objective is satisfied would just “flash more disease clusters”… The Brickfields police in Kuala Lumpur …

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Cops shut down ‘non-essential’ liquor store

Cops shut down 'non-essential' liquor store

The Brickfields police in Kuala Lumpur have closed down an alcohol store – which it said was unimportant. There have additionally been reports that the police purportedly requested hypermarkets to shut down their liquor segments. Be that as it may, this was questioned by Kuala Lumpur police boss Azmi Abu …

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Covid-19 (June 4): 7,748 cases, KL reaches new high

Covid-19 (June 4

Another 23 new clusters were reported, involving 12 workplaces and seven community spread clusters. Details are as follows: Persiaran Camellia cluster Category: Workplace State(s): Selangor District(s): Hulu Selangor Total infected: 14 out of 50 screened Jalan Sungai Bakau cluster Category: Workplace State(s): Selangor District(s): Gombak and Klang Total infected: 42 …

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23 Covid-19 clusters detected, mostly in workplaces

23 Covid-19 clusters detected, mostly in workplaces

The wellbeing service has identified 23 new Covid-19 groups in the previous 24 hours, wellbeing chief general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said today. In a proclamation, he said 12 of them were working environment bunches, seven were local area groups while two each elaborate strict get-togethers and the schooling area. …

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On day 100, a record 117,563 vaccine jabs

On day 100, a record 117,563 vaccine jabs

Malaysia recorded another achievement in its inoculation drive when 117,563 dosages of antibody hits were directed in a solitary day yesterday, the most elevated number since the National Covid-19 Immunization Program (PICK) was carried out 100 days prior. The figure is an obvious sign that the inoculation program has moved …

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Serba Dinamik rejects concerns raised by auditor

Serba Dinamik rejects concerns raised by auditor

Oil and gas firm Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd has dismissed issues raised by its evaluator over agreements and exchanges worth more than RM3.5 billion. Reuters announced Serba Dinamik as saying in a stock trade recording today that it didn’t perceive any issues with the agreements and exchanges addressed by KPMG. …

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Stop blame game over Covid-19, says Johor Permaisuri

Stop blame game over Covid-19, says Johor Permaisuri (1)

The Permaisuri of Johor Raja Zarith Sofiah Sultan Idris Shah has encouraged individuals to quit pointing fingers at any individual or authority over the spike in the quantity of cases and passings because of Covid-19. She recommended that they ought to rather zero in on stretching out help to medical …

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Spike in online car scams, 461 cases with RM5.4mil lost

Spike in online car scams, 461 cases with RM5.4mil lost

A sum of 461 instances of online vehicle tricks were accounted for in the initial five months in the current year with misfortunes of over RM5.4 million. Bukit Aman business wrongdoing examination office chief Mohd Kamarudin Md Din said it was an expansion of 94.5% from just 237 cases revealed …

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2030 target to end AIDS harder with Covid-19, says Dr Adeeba

2030 target to end AIDS harder with Covid-19, says Dr Adeeba

Endeavors to end AIDS all around the world by 2030 will be more troublesome now with the continuous Covid-19 pandemic, says International AIDS Society president Dr Adeeba Kamarulzaman. Talking at a media instructions about the effect of Covid-19 on the HIV and AIDS pestilence in Southeast Asia, Adeeba noticed that …

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