from your doctors, nurses and health experts
Older adults, people with long term health conditions and people with disabilities are at a higher risk of being affected by the disruptions to health services due to Covid-19.
Take your medication as prescribed
If you have a long term health condition, remember to refill your prescription before it runs out. KKM is providing added services, such as using Pos Malaysia, Drive Thru and locker4u, to ensure you have the medication you need during the MCO. Call your local Klinik Kesihatan or Pusat Panggilan Farmasi Kebangsaan (NPCC) at 1800-88-6722 for assistance. Alternatively, if you know someone with a long term health condition, help them to refill their prescription whenever you can.
Keep emergency numbers ready
calling 999 / ambulance
In case of a medical emergency, call 999 or your nearest hospital immediately. Inform your trusted neighbours to contact your family or next of kin. If possible, ensure that your neighbours have the necessary contact numbers beforehand. In situations like this, every minute counts.
Love is staying away, for now
We may miss our loved ones dearly during this MCO, but staying away for the time being is the best way to show that we care. Avoid visiting your family and friends who are elderly or have long-term health conditions, unless there is a medical emergency to tend to. Protect their health by staying in touch via phone, video call or social media instead.
Care for your caregiver
This can be a difficult time for caregivers. They may be experiencing stress or burn out. Be kinder to them. Show your appreciation for their efforts and offer to help them out whenever possible. For example, order them food and help them get supplies they need. After all, their well-being directly affects yours too.