Kuching: The highest daily death toll of the 20 reported in Sarawak yesterday was due to backlogs and does not reflect the real situation in the state.
Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Collection Embassy (pictured) said that of the 20 deaths reported on September 11 and 17, four deaths (September 18), two deaths (September 15), and one death in and September. 16 September.
“Delays or delays in reporting deaths because the hospital has to do a pathoanatomic to find out whether this is due to COVID-19 or not,” he said at a press conference on organizing work to raise awareness of COVID-19. on the phone. commission here today
Hugo, meanwhile, said Sarawak is stepping up its efforts to raise public awareness about COVID-19 before moving to its final phase at the end of this year.
To realize the aspirations of the state government, he said the COVID-19 Community Awareness Action Committee was formed under the auspices of the Sarawak Public Communications Department (UKAS).
The committee includes representatives from agencies within the Ministry of Communication and Multimedia, such as the Malaysian National Information Agency (Bernama), RTM and the Ministry of State Information.
Hugo said more effective and systematic approaches, such as public health education programs, should continue to work with the Ministry of Health to help people better understand the current situation.
In another development, he said Sarawak will open tomorrow and Wednesday (21 E. – Barnam