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COVID-19 SOPs: How Prescriptive Should They Be?

Asst Prof Dr Farhan Rusli, Public Health Physician & Director, Selangor Task Force for COVID-19 | Dr Helmi Zakariah, Member, Selangor Task Force for COVID-19

23-Feb-21 14:00

COVID-19 SOPs: How Prescriptive Should They Be?

Since the first MCO last year, we’ve adapted to living with COVID-19 SOPs. But these SOPs often also cause confusion among the people that it aims to regulate, especially when they are often changed, seemingly without a clear rationale. So how prescriptive can our SOPs be, especially when we’re trying to keep up with the science? Should we simply ban any activities that increase the risk of COVID-19 transmission?

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Produced by: Lim Sue Ann

Presented by: Tee Shiao Eek, Lim Sue Ann


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