Health ministry to decide if use of face masks should continue indoors, says Muhyiddin
He says wearing a face mask has become a habit for many after two years of dealing with the pandemic.
Face masks to remain compulsory despite dip in Covid cases, govt says
Deputy Health Minister II Aaron Ago Dagang says SOPs should be continued even after Malaysia has transitioned to the endemic phase.
Dutch reintroduce face masks as Covid cases surge
Infections in the Netherlands have been rising for a month after most social distancing measures were scrapped in late September, and reached their highest level since July in the past week.
Israel resumes indoor mask requirement amid virus spike
This comes after four days of more than 100 new cases a day.
Mask violaters in Philippines face arrest after president’s order
Rodrigo Duterte says police should get tough on rule breakers and arrest those not wearing a mask properly, including those who leave their nose exposed.
From flipping burgers to flipping the truth
Just as we stand with victims of oppression, we should also ask who are the oppressed and who are the oppressors?
Maskless Thai PM fined as Covid-19 cases spike
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha was fined 6,000 baht after Bangkok Governor Aswin Kwanmuang filed a complaint against him.
Better safe than sorry, health experts say on chances of Covid-19 transmission through touch
They agree with findings by the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention that the risk of contracting Covid-19 this way is low, but recommend taking extra precautions anyway.
Dine-in allowed limited to 2 people per table
Retail sector will also be allowed to reopen subject to strict SOPs.
Malaysia inches towards pandemic-era snap polls but experts warn of the downside
The EC says it is duty-bound to hold elections if a seat becomes vacant or a legislative assembly is dissolved.