As Malaysia gears up for an endemic phase of the pandemic, what can the government do to address ongoing COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy? Here's our quick take.
While the outlook may be brighter towards the end of the year, there are still plenty of downside risks, and given the dynamics of the pandemic and the economy, we wouldn’t expect a significant improvement until Q4. Here's why.
The federal government should focus on addressing the plight of contract doctors and strengthening the capacity of our healthcare system rather than acting on doctors who participated in #HartalDoktorKontrak strike.
Instead of blanket lockdowns, REFSA proposes #ProjekMuhibah Policy 1, which comprises a targeted Find, Test, Trace, Isolate, Support and Vaccinate (FTTISV) framework.
What are the causes of transmissions at workplaces? Learn from it and improve our SOPs.
"As infections from workplaces continue to rise, we cannot help but wonder if the current set of SOPs measures up to this test."
Covid-19 a national security concern, calls for whole-of-society approach
The government should treat Covid-19 as a national security issue, and to show leadership by adopting a whole-of-society approach to combat the virus as a nation.
What exactly are the challenges and problems of the existing dual system of health care in Malaysia? Will replacing the existing general taxation funded system with a mandatory social health insurance scheme solve these problems?
The federal government’s share of investments in our healthcare sector has been lagging behind the private sector in 2012 when compared to 2001…