Calling For Volunteer To Assist The National Crisis Preparedness Response Centre (CPRC)

The Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre (CPRC) has requested for volunteers to come forward to assist CPRC in our country’s effort to manage the COVID 19 outbreak in all states.

If you are a medical personnel, academician, undergraduate or postgraduate student especially with medical or health related training, please come forward and volunteer your services. For those not in the medical backgrounds but think you can assist, you can still register and CPRC will decide whether to call upon you or not.

Students are highly encouraged to volunteer. For students, their job scope includes crowd control, registration, logistics and data entry. Please be sure to abide by the university rules and regulations. Academicians handling relevant undergraduate or postgraduate programs are welcome to forward this email and the link to your students to call for volunteers.

As with many other countries, we are facing a difficult time with the increasing number of Covid cases. So if you think you can assist, please come forward. To register as a volunteer, please use the link below:

https://forms.gle/JhkTTS7CYjuxWm4E9

There is no deadline for this form. CPRC will contact you directly if you are chosen to volunteer. If you have any queries or concerns, please contact Dr. Kugi (Bahagian Kawalan Penyakit, Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia) at 03-88834111 or email: mobilisasicovid19@gmail.com.

Let’s pray that all those affected will soon recover and others are protected from COVID-19. Stay safe, vigilant and positive. Let’s do our part in assisting those in need and changing the course of this pandemic.

Please forward this to anyone you think is relevant including NGO and non-MyOHUN members. Stay safe. ‘Kita Jaga Kita’

National Coordinating Office,
Malaysia One Health University Network
Office: +6 03 9769 3476/3477
HP: +6 014 9688839
Website: www.myohun.com

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If you’re a pet owner, then some of the news reports of animals testing positive for COVID-19 might have had you worried about the risks human to animal or animal to human transmission. We take a look at the current research and whether there is a need to be concerned. 

BFM radio interviews Prof Dr. Latiffah Hassan, Professor in Veterinary Public Health and Epidemiology, to get some inputs on Covid-19.

Produced by: Lim Sue Ann

Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan, Lim Sue Ann, Dashran Yohan