Health Director General Hopeful That MCO3 Could End Covid-19 In Malaysia

During his Covid-19 press conference yesterday, 13 April, Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said that Malaysia has been doing much better than predicted by experts. As of 14 April, Malaysia has 4,987 cases – much lower than the 6,300 cases predicted by analysts at JP Morgan, an investment banking firm from New York.


Movement Control Order (MCO) Phase 3 Could Be Crucial To Ending Coronavirus In Malaysia

Photo: New Straits Times

Dr. Noor Hisham says that Malaysia is succeeding in containing and flattening the curve, due to the effectiveness of the first and second MCO. However, MCO Phase 3, which begins today from 14 April to 28 April, will be crucial in deciding Malaysia’s Covid-19 fate.

“That’s why MCO3 is important because we can reduce cases and not just flatten the curve, but end Covid-19 in this country” said Dr. Noor Hisham.

Ending Covid-19 By MCO3 Is A Collective Effort And Not Just MOH Responsbility

Photo: New Straits Times

Data shows that Malaysia might have already experienced its peak and is now in the recovery phase. He also added that ending Covid-19 in Malaysia is not solely the responsibility of Ministry of Health (MOH), but a collective effort from all Malaysians.

“But this all depends not just on MOH but on all of us right now. If we can work together, I’m sure we can do that,” said Dr Noor Hisham.

Sources: New Straits Times, Malay Mail, The Star

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