Assoc Prof Dr Rafdzah Ahmad Zaki in her interview with FMT newsportal, predicts that the number of new cases SARS CoV 2 infection may drop at the end of April, before the curve flattens in May. The curve flattens in May only if all Malaysian and residents observe the national shutdown of public activities under the movement control order.
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