In Italy and many other countries, the government has also put in motion the Movement controls as announced by our PM last night. Unfortunately, at this early stage, many of them find this easy.
Even schools are closed for 14 days, However, parents please don’t using this opportunity to take you children to go on vacation or back to you hometown, nor take them to the supermarket, please do wait it out at home as recommended by the government.
Please don’t go to the gym, dine in the restaurant, or to the pubs or clubs.
As of today 27,980 Italians have been infected with the disease and have caused 2158 deaths in Italy just 24 hours yesterday while registered 3233 new cases a day.
Right now, there is a total lock down in Italy. Everyone is no longer allowed to leave the house except in certain cases. As, we Malaysians do not repeat the same mistakes the Italian make.
Starting tomorrow, March 18, 2020 will be subject to movement control in Malaysia. Not to LOCK DOWN yet. This means that Malaysians can still leave home for important business matters.
Believe me, if we don’t abide by the rules the government proposes, this case will continue to rise. And at that time, the whole of Malaysia might be hit by TOTAL LOCKDOWN. At that time, we will have more difficulties.
If you feel you are infected, please do not go to normal clinic and do not go to hospital but please contact directly to communicable disease control branch which will have specialist come to check for you for free by dialing this number 👉1300 232 272！ Kindly share and let more people see/know!
Malaysia has 26 places/hospitals to check/manage positive/negative infection of covid19, amongst others are (2019-nCoV)
- （Hospital Tuanku Fauziah）Kangar Perlis
- (Hospital Pulau Pinang）Penang
- (Hospital Raja Permaisuri Bainun）Ipoh Perak
- (Hospital Sungai Buloh）Selangor
- (Hospital Kuala Lumpur）
- (Hospital Tuanku Ja’afar）Seremban Negeri Sembilan
- (Hospital Melaka）Melaka
- （Hospital Sultanah Aminah）Johor Bahru
- （Hospital Tengku Ampuan Afzan）Kuantan Pahang
- （Hospital Sultanah Nur Zahirah）Terengganu
- (Hospital Raja Perempuan Zainab II）Kota bharu
- (Hospital Kuala Krai）Kelantan
- (Hospital Tumpat）Kelantan
- （Hospital Sultanah Bahiyah）Alor Setar
- （Hospital Sultanah Maliha) Langkawi
- (Hospital Labuan）Tel: 087-423922/423919
- （Hospital Queen Elizabeth) Sabah
- (Hospital Duchess Of Kent, Sandakan）
Please help others, which will also help yourself.