The postal tariffs were last adjusted in 2010.
NHC said that more than 10,000 hospital beds have been made available for patients.
Following which, Justice Datuk Dr Hamid Sultan Abu Backer, who chaired the Court of Appeal three-member bench, said by consent of both parties, the appeal was struck out.
"We will closely monitor the issue and then deal with the importers (to increase import) as well as ask local manufacturers to increase output (to meet the demand).”
He also said there is no necessity yet for Malaysia to temporarily stop the imports of products from China, particularly Wuhan, and the government had taken various proactive measures to contain the outbreak and monitor it closely.
Many of the experts’ hypotheses remain uncertain
Amirudin said his office will also be referring to the Foreign Affairs Ministry for current situational updates before making any decisions.
He said the three cases, all involving Chinese nationals, were received within the past 24 hours.
Of the 33 positive samples, 31 came from “the western zone of the market, where booths of wildlife trading concentrated”.
Its move comes after Bank Negara Malaysia’s recent 0.25% Overnight Policy Rate (OPR) decrease.