The Ministry of Health (MOH) is giving Malaysians an opportunity to share their suggestions and opinions on how everyone can stay healthy after the Movement Control Order (MCO) is over.
Throughout MCO, many netizens took to their social media to share healthy cooking recipes, fitness tips and many more. Now, the MOH wants to hear your ideas too!
This initiative was announced through our Health DG’s Facebook page yesterday (27 April) where Dr. Noor Hisham Abdullah posted a link for you to share your ideas. You can also express your suggestions in the comments section of the post.
The post has received over 900 shares and 300 plus comments since it went up yesterday. Netizens were quick to chime in on what they think would be some of the healthiest things Malaysians and the government could do after the MCO ends.
Dr.Noor recently announced that Malaysia has successfully flattened the curve and we are now in a recovery phase. This is amazing news for every one of us because it shows that all the days we’ve spent indoors, is wielding good results!
As we enter MCO phase four, let’s continue playing our part and help Malaysia overcome the battle against Covid-19. If you have any suggestions that you would like to contribute, you can do so by filling in this google form or visit Dr. Noor’s Facebook post and drop your suggestions in the comments section.
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