A research done by scientists in China and Australia found coronavirus in endangered mammal, the Malayan pangolin which is highly similar to the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2.
A team of Malaysian scientists is working around the clock to develop a local COVID-19 vaccine. We speak to MVP Executive Director Rashidah Ibrahim to get the latest update on Malaysia's vaccine development.
As the epicentre of the outbreak, China starts to heal from the pandemic, this provides a glimmer of hope that there too, will be an end to COVID-19 in Malaysia. We asked experts to paint us a picture on how and when will it end.
Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Khairy Jamaluddin recently announced that genome sequencing is being developed in Malaysia to detect mutations in the COVID-19 samples. We asked expert on the significance of this process.
Fear, anxiety, misinformation, myths and pseudoscience is spreading faster than the actual COVID-19 pandemic. WHO calls this infodemic. Dr Mahaletchumy Arujanan shares her opinion on how this scenario is delaying efforts in flattening the curve and breaking the infection chain.
Countries' approach to COVID-19 may vary in which Singapore has won praise for its strategy to guard against and slow the spread of COVID-19. We asked experts to comment on what a good coronavirus strategy looks like.
There has been preliminary studies in China that shows people with blood type A are “more vulnerable” to COVID-19. We asked experts for solid evidence to support this.
Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah has recently warned about the third wave of COVID-19 if Malaysians fail to adhere to social distancing guidelines. We asked experts to comment on this.
Very little is known about the relationship between pregnancy and COVID-19. However the main concern is can a pregnant woman with COVID-19 can transfer the virus to her baby?
There has been a recent debate, to wear or not to wear a mask. So we asked experts if we should wear face masks to protect ourselves against COVID-19.