Updates on Co-Vid 19: What we Have Learnt so far? WEBINAR by ROCHE

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A fruitful and detail discussion on Co-Vid 19 with panelist from UK, Singapore and Malaysia.

We all agreed that Co-Vid 19 has thought us a lot in many aspects. The efforts in terms of public/private hospital partnership and contribution of the primary care physicians was enumerated respectively by me [Datuk Dr Kuljit Singh] and Dr Thirunavukarasu from MMA.

Next we got into the details of the virus and its behaviour which was presented by Senior Clinical Virologist Prof Dato Dr Nor Shahidah. There was then a presentation on the clinical aspects of the pandemic by Dr Bharat from the UK.

Finally the webinar was concluded by Dr Peh Bee Keow on the diagnostic testing.

FMT online published a write up later in the evening:

https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2020/06/03/british-expert-says-social-distancing-is-best-as-covid-19-vaccine-uncertain/

My sincere gratitude goes to ROCHE for the organisation of this webinar and Prince Court Medical Centre in providing CPD points.

The facilitators from C-BOSS platform owned by Medical Conference Partners did an excellent job! Thank you

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