In an interview with the News Strait Times, with Prof Awang Bulgiba Awang Mahmud on the issue of criminal charges against those who break the mandatory home quarantine, he said that cultivating good health practices and awareness must be done hand in hand with stricter law enforcement. He said that apathy can be the cause of cases like the Sivagangga cluster to emerge so enforcement is needed, however, in the long-run continuous health education is needed until the new norm becomes a culture.
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