Highlights of the National Recovery Plan

PETALING JAYA (June 15): These are the key takeaways of the National Recovery Plan announced by Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

  • The National Recovery Plan is a phased exit strategy from the Covid-19 crisis
    • The strategy of National Recovery Plan is based on three indicators:
      • Covid-19 transmissions among the community based on the number of daily Covid-19 infections
      • Capability of public healthcare system based on the bed utilisation rate in intensive care unit (ICU) wards
      • How much of the population is protected against Covid-19, based on the percentage that has completed two-doses of vaccine injection
  • The government is expecting an additional 16 million doses at the end of July, which coupled with the higher daily vaccination rate, gives the government confidence in executing the National Recovery Plan
    • The government aims to administer 300,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccines per day in the coming months
  • The MCO 3.0 costs the government RM1 billion a day
  • If the government did not impose MCO 3.0, Covid-19 cases may rise to 13,000 a day, causing the healthcare system to collapse
  • The government is mulling Covid-19 vaccinations for children 12 years old and above
  • Muhyiddin commits to Parliamentary sessions commencing around Sep/Oct in accordance with strict SOPs
  • PM: "Our success in achieving herd immunity depends on how many people in this country receive their vaccine"

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