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Kelantan reports first deaths amid floods
Feb 28, 2022
Kelantan has reported its first deaths amid the ongoing flood situation in the state.
Police say the first fatality involved a 70-year-old man in Kuala Krai, while the other involved a 13-year-old, believed to have fallen into a canal after riding his bicycle with friends.
The victims have since been sent for autopsies.
Employers urged to accept digital HSO and RO certs
Employers have been urged to accept digital copies of the Home Surveillance Order and Release Order certificates, to prevent congestion at COVID-19 assessment centres.
The Health Minister says it's because of a rise in workers visiting such centres after they were told by their employers to obtain a written copy.
On another note, Khairy Jamaluddin is hopeful that the Johor state election will go ahead safely.
This, as Johor’s booster vaccination rate has so far reached 70%.
COVID patients reminded to regularly report symptoms
COVID-19 patients who are undergoing home quarantine have been reminded to regularly report their symptoms on MySejahtera.
The Health Ministry says it's because their symptoms can become serious.
However, it noted that less than one percent of such patients have been referred to treatment centres and hospitals recently.
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