COVID-19 outbreaks in Malaysia and Free Printable Posters and Signs for COVID-19
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COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered strain of coronavirus, a type of virus known to cause respiratory infections in humans. This new strain was unknown before December 2019, when an outbreak of pneumonia of unidentified cause emerged in Wuhan, China.
Covid-19 cases and how it leads to movement control order
The first Covid-19 cases were reported in Malaysia on 24 January 2020 which involve a Chinese national. Click Here for more details. In relation to these cases, the Malaysian health ministry published guidelines on the virus and established designated hospitals in each of Malaysia's states to manage any positive cases. Apart from that, the Malaysian public had been reminded by the local authorities to take precautions. All of the direct flights between the state with China were stopped indefinitely.
In January until February, the coronavirus cases keep increased, and those who are affected were quarantined at the hospitals. With the increasing number of cases reported in Sabah and Sarawak, temporary travel restrictions into Malaysia was released by Malaysia Airlines on 13 February 2020. Click Here for more details.
By 11 March, the Malaysian authorities began to track 5,000 of its citizen believed to have been exposed to the virus in a gathering at a Tabligh event in the capital city of Kuala Lumpur. And by that, many were confirmed to carrying the virus with all of them have returned into their respective state which subsequently triggered a sporadic case of transmission within the local community. This raises the cases from 158 to 197 by 13 March. And after a while, the Health Ministry revised the participants in the mass gathering is actually 14,500. That means, there could be more positive cases to be discovered.
On 16 March, the total confirmed cases had increased to over 553 cases, and later that evening, The Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin held a live nationwide telecast to inform the federal government to implement the movement control order for 14 days.
Free printable posters and signs for COVID-19
I don't own this poster. I just find the poster and the sign created was illustrated in such an easy to understand and interesting.
|Wear a Mask|
|Wash your hand|
Below is the link for another poster, that can be used in your school or workplace, or even for yourself to keep reminding you, staff, the student, or your worker of the awareness of COVID-19. The virus is still out there, and probably we had to live with it. Until then, stay safe, and please do take care of yourself.