Covid-19 63 More Deaths In Malaysia, The Total Is Now 28,975

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia recorded an additional 63 deaths due to Covid -19 midnight, including 18 deaths.

According to the CovidNow Health Department, the total number of deaths due to Covid-19 in Malaysia to date is 28,975, including 23,111 hospital deaths and 5,864 deaths.

As of midnight on November 1, Labuan and Selangor recorded the highest number of deaths at 10,000 people, 15 each, followed by the Klang Valley and Kuala Lumpur and 2 each, 11-year-old Negeri Sembilan, Johor and Melaka and 10 each.).

Other countries such as Kedah and Penang are nine (respectively), Sabah six, Kelantan, Perlis and Sarawak five (respectively), Perak, Pahang and Terengganu four (respectively) and Putrajaya two.
Malaysia currently has a total of 2,470,927 Covid-19 cases, of which 67,233 were still active as of midnight yesterday.

Currently, another 5,299 have recovered, while 569 are being treated in intensive care units, including 301 intubated.

The Minister Of Education Of Malaysia , Reminded Schools Not To Be Harsh on Students Who Do Not Wear Uniforms

Schools without school uniforms have once again been warned to be flexible, said Education Minister Datuk Mohd Radzi Med Jidin.

She said enough to get dressed neatly and go to class.

He added that the issue had been raised before, but parents still complained because teachers demanded that students come to school in school uniforms.

When schools reopened in several states including Klang, Selangor and Melaka, in line with the National Rehabilitation Plan (NPP) period, we received complaints from parents who said some schools asked their children to come in uniform. some clothes or shoes are no longer appropriate.

“Therefore, I would like to emphasize once again that the Ministry has stated that it is more important to allow children to dress neatly until the end of this quarter,” he told reporters. Here at Semaseh National School in Panchor today after a walk to get ready to meet students at the reopening class.

The senior minister also said schools should be set up to house students, especially during the reopening of the Kovid-19 pandemic, where parents have to deal with restrictions.

In another development, he said all schools in VAT Phase 4 should pay special attention to the aspect of ventilation including staff rooms.

“The ventilation system needs special attention. At first, many were confused, but lately, almost everyone understands the importance of proper ventilation in schools.

“Classrooms look comfortable, but sometimes air conditioners are installed, not teachers’ offices, but I hope they take into account the ventilation aspect. The windows should be left open for the safety of teachers, “he said.

Commenting on the one -time addition of teachers to address the shortage of teachers, Raji said the Education Services Commission had completed the selection of teachers for the first phase.

Raji said the initial selection criteria were based on candidates who taught important subjects in schools, as well as candidates with educational backgrounds.

“We select candidates for the first stage and do not decide how many, but we are guided by subject design. Which subjects should come first, as well as priorities for graduates.

“When this is achieved, we will take care of uneducated graduates. So we do it step by step. There is a phase that requires hundreds of teachers, but there are thousands of steps. So we need to we don’t take into account the needs. Of the subjects at the moment,” he said. .