Private hospitals ready to accept Covid-19 cases

Ravin Palanisamy

Medical personnel wearing protective suits before conducting Covid-19 test at a private clinic in Shah Alam. Malaysia is going through a coronavirus surge with government facilities buckling under the strain. – AFP pic, January 14, 2021.

PRIVATE hospitals are ready to pitch in to lessen the burden of the public healthcare service by taking in Covid-19 patients, as the number of infections soars.

Association of Private Hospitals of Malaysia (APHM) president Dr Kuljit Singh told The Malaysian Insight government hospitals would soon struggle to manage the staggering number of cases, with the nation now recording four-figure cases daily.

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