PETALING JAYA (May 30): Doctors have no choice but to prioritise Intensive Care Unit (ICU) beds for Covid-19 patients with a higher chance of recovery owing to the strain on Malaysia’s the health care system brought about by the current spike in infections.
KUALA LUMPUR (May 22): Malaysia saw another 50 Covid-19 related deaths today, the same number as yesterday, with 31 of them reported in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur.
ALOR SETAR (May 20): Patients who are deemed to “have no hope of recovery” will no longer be warded in Intensive Care Units (ICU) at hospitals in the state, according to a report by Berita Harian.
KUALA LUMPUR (May 15): Malaysia reported a record high of 44 Covid-19 deaths today as new cases climbed to 4,140 — the fourth consecutive day new cases came in above the 4,000 mark — from 4,113 yesterday.
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KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 10): Staff of the intensive care unit (ICU) ward at Queen Elizabeth II Hospital (pictured) in Kota Kinabalu “are struggling to cope” after more than half of the nurses there go into quarantine, Malaysiakini reported.
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 22): Malaysia’s Covid-19 recoveries in the 24 hours as of noon today totalled 168, more than double the 82 new infections.
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 8): New Covid-19 cases in Malaysia dropped to seven today, from double-digit numbers in the last three days, raising the country's cumulative cases to 9,070.
KUALA LUMPUR (July 29): The Ministry of Human Resources said today the Malaysian government had decided that only three industries will be allowed to employ foreign workers going forward, namely the construction, plantation and agriculture sectors, to cut the nation's reliance on foreign workers.