Policy, public compliance failures forced MCO 2.0, say experts


Ragananthini Vethasalam

The healthcare system is at breaking point, forcing Putrajaya to come out with more stringent controls, as Covid-19 cases reach four-figures daily in the past month. – EPA pic, January 13, 2021.

THE second movement-control order (MCO), which takes effect today, is a result of the failure by the authorities to address pertinent issues on time and the lackadaisical attitude of the public in complying with the standard operating procedure, said medical experts.

This led to daily Covid-19 infections reaching four figures, which pushed the healthcare system to breaking point, forcing Putrajaya to come out with more stringent controls.


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  • No thanks to the SOP flouting ministers and their machais. :-) ?

    Posted 1 week ago by Yoon Kok