In the era of COVID 19 There is no denying that the COVID19 pandemic has accelerated change in the healthcare sector. Pushing the use of technology in every facet of healthcare delivery has now reached a new level of urgency, in view of a likely prolonged pandemic scenario. Importantly, the use of technology must not
Ending the MCO too soon? It is clear the Government was hasty when it announced rather suddenly that most businesses can now operate from May 4th, literally 3 days before. They are expected to follow “strict” standard operating procedures, which includes social distancing, hand sanitisers, frequent disinfection and limiting the number of workers in the
The rumour mills are in full steam as speculations are abundant as to whether the Movement Control Order (MCO) will be extended beyond 14 April. One thing is crystal clear – it will not be life as usual.
Public health measures and restrictions will continue to apply. Social distancing rules will continue. This means large gatherings, especially religious activities, should continue to be forbidden. Crowd control at markets or any retail businesses should be strictly enforced. Even restaurants must limit diners and takeaways be encouraged.