Malaysia relaxed the flow of vaccinators

Ahmadul Kabir, Malaysia:

Malaysia has slowed the movement of vaccinators to prevent the spread of the epidemic coronavirus. Prime Minister Muhiuddin Yasin made the remarks in a televised address on Sunday (August 8th).

In her address, the Prime Minister said that the epidemic of Corona has had a devastating effect on livelihoods around the world. In such a situation, the government is doing what it needs to do to establish the balance of life and livelihood of the people.

Meanwhile, citizens receiving two doses of the corona vaccine have been allowed to eat in restaurants and inter-district and inter-state traffic has been relaxed.

Apart from this, physical exercise and sports will be allowed in the mosque from 6 am to 10 pm while maintaining social distance.

The Prime Minister further said that the second phase of the National Recovery Plan, which has lifted the ban in the states, includes long-distance married couples who are fully vaccinated, can travel inter-district and inter-state to visit their wives and parents who have been vaccinated. They will be able to travel across districts and states to meet their children under the age of 18.

All the states except Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Kedah, Johor, Malacca and Putrajaya are under lockdown in the second phase of the National Recovery Plan.

The Prime Minister said the relaxation would take effect 14 days after receiving the second dose of AstraZeneca or Synovac, Pfizer, vaccines. On the other hand, Johnson & Johnson or Cancino vaccine will cover people 28 days after the vaccine, and they must show their Digital Covid-19 vaccination certificate to enforcement officers when entering from one state to another.

The Special Committee on National Security is working round the clock to bring life back to normal. Besides, the Covid-19 vaccine JKJAV special committee has been asked to look into the matter.

The Prime Minister hopes that if all goes well, normal life will return by the end of this year. Muhiuddin Yasin said the government was considering further easing sanctions on the economic sector and would make an announcement soon.

In this regard, importance has been given to the application of vaccine in the greater Klang Valley of the country. The Prime Minister also said that gradually the people of the whole country will be brought under it.

To prevent corona in the country, so far 24 million 33 thousand 988 people have been vaccinated across the country. Of these, 64.4 per cent have completed the first dose and 36.3 per cent have completed the second dose.

Meanwhile, according to the country’s health ministry, 360 people have lost their lives in Corona in the last 24 hours. So far, 10,748 people have lost their lives in Corona.

18 thousand 688 people have been infected in one day. The total number of victims is 12 lakh 62 thousand 540 people. And 10 lakh 26 thousand 398 people have recovered.