[Latest] PM Muhyiddin, Health DG Noor Hisham Vaccinated! #en

(Putrajaya, February 24) Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has just been vaccinated at the Putrajaya Health Clinic in Precinct 11 around 2:30pm today, ahead of the initial schedule of Feb 26. Also taking the vaccine alongside the PM was Director-General of Health Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.

Before taking the jab, Muhyiddin was seen going through an oral evaluation, after which he was required to sign on a consent form acknowledging that he has understood and agreed to the terms.

The entire vaccination process took around 15 to 30 minutes, including recipients’ monitoring process. Both are expected to receive the second dose three weeks later, as the Pfizer-BioNTech in Malaysia will be taken in 2 doses, 21 days apart.

Four other staff of the Health Ministry also joined Muhyiddin and Dr Noor Hisham to be vaccinated.

Today is also the kick off of the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme, the largest vaccination programme ever in Malaysia to-date.

Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin at the launch of the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme Handbook in Putrajaya February 16, 2021. — Bernama pic
Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin at the launch of the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme Handbook in Putrajaya February 16, 2021. — Bernama pic

Muhyiddin has officially launched the vaccination registration over the MySejahtera application. He urged Malaysians to register for the vaccine and show up for appointments to receive both doses.

According to the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme Handbook, as at February this year Malaysia has secured procurement of 66.7 million doses of vaccines through the COVAX Facility from five producers – Pfizer-BioNTech, AstraZeneca, Sinovac, CanSinoBIO and Sputnik V.

The first batch of 312,390 Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine doses arrived safely in Malaysia on Feb 21 (Sunday), enough to vaccinate 156,195 people.

The second batch of the same vaccine, comprising an additional 182,520 doses, is expected to arrive today (Feb 24) for distribution to states that have yet to receive the vaccine, said Coordinating Minister for National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme Khairy Jamaluddin.

Vaccination will be provided free-of-charge to those living in Malaysia, including non-citizens, under the Immunisation Programme in 3 phases, targeting to vaccinate 80% of the country’s population:

Phase 1: Feb 24 – Apr 2021
500,000 healthcare frontliners and essential workers are expected to be vaccinated first.

Phase 2: Apr – Aug 2021
9.4 million senior citizens aged 60 and above, high risk groups, as well as persons with disabilities, will be prioritized to receive the vaccine in this phase.

Phase 3: May 2021 – Feb 2022
13.7 million or more doses will be covered, involving both Malaysians and non-Malaysians aged 18 years old and above.

Malaysians will not be given a choice as to which vaccine to be administered, as announced by Khairy previously, who is also a Science, Technology and Innovation Minister.

Children will not be vaccinated yet as none of the current vaccines has been clinically approved for those under 18.

MOH has identified and prepared 600 vaccination stations nationwide, including health clinics, government hospitals, and private hospitals, aiming to vaccinate up to 126,000 individuals a day.

7 officers conducting the inoculations will be placed at each of the vaccination station, said Health Minister Dr Adham Baba.

In addition, the first batch of China’s Sinovac Covid-19 vaccine is expected to arrive in Malaysia on February 27, said Khairy.

However, he mentioned that the Sinovac vaccine has not been registered by the National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Agency (NPRA) yet, as it is still pending approval.

More to follow…

Top 5 捞生外带 – 新年宅在家也能捞好运!#zh

让我们高喊 “Heng Ahh, Ong Ahh, Huat Ahh” 开启农历新年序幕 !


1. Sushi King 发财鱼生

别以为只有华人餐厅有推出鱼生哦~ Sushi King今年特意推出了寓意满满的发财鱼生,让大家可以在新的一年里升官发财,前路光芒!


此外,Sushi King 也很贴心的提供小份的捞生,只需不到RM20就get到咯~ 让那些出门在外,不能回家庆团圆的游子们也可以捞好运。

2. Oriental Pavilion 高级日本宫崎和牛鱼生


Oriental Pavilion(东方集团)隆重推出了一款不单名字吉祥寓意,卖相更非常高级,还十分特别的宫崎和牛鱼生


3. Dragon-i 鲍鱼什菜鱼生


Dragan-i 这款鲍鱼什菜鱼生贴心的挑选了全天然的新鲜蔬果作为食材。一份鱼生里含有满满的营养价值与成份,绝对适合家里男女老少。一口吃下去一点也不油腻, 还非常清爽。


4. Sakae Sushi 发财鱼生

Sakae Sushi 今年也跟上新年的步伐,推出了一款散发着满满日本风味的 Prosperity Yee Sang (发财鱼生)


5. Salad Atelier HENG ONG HUAT鱼生

Salad Atelier 推出的这款 “Heng Ong Huat” 鱼生,一次过满足你所有“Heng Ong Huat”的要求!

这款鱼生采用了来自挪威的新鲜三文鱼刺身,清爽的葡萄柚,香气满满的碎花生及芝麻籽,再配上海蜇及不可少的蔬菜,淋上独家自制的梅酱及烘焙芝麻酱 – 绝对让你爱不释口!


此文章是参考 https://newswav.com/A2102_Oeju57

Top 5 Takeaway Yee Sangs – Bringing Prosperity To Your Homes #en

Let’s start the Lunar New Year off by shouting “Heng Ahh, Ong Ahh, Huat Ahh”!

‘Yee Sang’ is a a fun Chinese New Year tradition that is unique to Malaysian Chinese. Each ingredient in this dish brings its own meaning and blessings. Commonly, family and friends will gather around a table during the Lunar New Year to toss the Yee Sang together. The significance of the tossing is to wish for abundance of luck and happiness. Although the pandemic has put in place many restrictions for this year’s celebrations, the CNY mood is still present and as strong as ever. Nothing will stop Malaysians from kicking the New Year off with a Prosperity Toss!

Due to our current predicament, here are our top 5 recommended Yee Sangs to usher in prosperity and luck for 2021, and have everyone “HUAT!” to the Year of the Ox!

1. Sushi King’s Prosperity Yee Sang

Don’t be fooled into thinking that only Chinese restaurants have Yee Sang for ordering! Sushi King has launched their Prosperity Yee Sang, filled to the brim with blessings – which means tons of prosperity and luck for you and your loved ones.

The Prosperity Yee Sang contains fresh seafood and vegetables, and of course, the must-have plum sauce. The best part? You can take it home for under RM50!

Furthermore, Sushi King also provides a smaller version of the Yee Sang, if that suits you better. The smaller sized Yee Sang is priced at less than RM20, perfectly suitable for individuals or smaller families.

2. Oriental Pavilion’s Japanese Miyazaki Wagyu Yee Sang

Have you had the chance to try such a unique, interesting, and premium Yee Sang?

Oriental Pavilion has definitely brought the big guns this year, introducing their special Miyazaki Wagyu Yee Sang. Not only does the name sound premium and unique, it definitely looks that way too!

As expected from a cut of Wagyu beef, the meat is soft, tender, and rich in fat – thanks to the impressive marbling of Wagyu. It looks mouth watering, and the taste definitely holds up too! The one of a kind design, aroma, and flavor makes this a must try in 2021.

3. Dragon-i’s Abalone & Vegetables Yee Sang

If a healthier alternative is what you’re looking for, this Yee Sang is for you.

Dragon-i’s Abalone & Vegetables Yee Sang consists of carefully selected all-natural fresh fruits and vegetables as the main ingredient. A Yee Sang that is full of nutritional value and healthy ingredients, suitable for every family member at home.

Having a Yee Sang like this helps keep both your body and mind fresh, ensuring you a healthier and burden-less year, one that will be filled with prosperity.

4. Sakae Sushi’s Japanese Prosperity Yee Sang

Not to be outdone by other Japanese outlets, Sakae Sushi has also brought their own Yee Sang to the table, which also includes Japanese elements.

This Yee Sang contains familiar faces within a Yee Sang – vegetables, well seasoned scallops, crab meat, shredded radish, and of course, the star of the show – fresh cuts of Salmon.

It is also topped with the chef’s secret citrus juice that is both unique and appetizing. To put it simply, it’s perfect!

5. Salad Atelier’s Heng Ong Huat Yee Sang

Salad Atelier’s ‘Heng Ong Huat’ Yee Sang will meet all your HENG ONG HUAT needs, all in just one Yee Sang!

This Yee Sang contains fresh salmon sashimi from Norway, refreshing grapefruit, fragrant crushed peanuts and sesame seeds, seasoned jellyfish, mangoes, and much much more. Not to mention it’s drizzled with an exclusive homemade plum sauce and kewpie roasted sesame with yuzu taste dressing.

All Yee Sangs above can be ordered via Grab, bringing prosperity to your home while keeping you safe.

Referenced from https://newswav.com/A2102_Oeju57


农历新年9个禁忌 这些事千万不能做!#zh

农历新年是华人最重要的大日子。大家习惯在过年前来个大扫除,清理家中杂物,除旧迎新;还会一家人整整齐齐地吃团年饭,行年宵等。这些都是家家户户在农历新年时会跟随的习俗。但传统上还有许多大大小小的过年禁忌 – 就让我们来个温馨提示,让你避开这些事,今年一整年都有好运气!

1. 忌向正在睡觉的人拜年


2. 白天不可午睡


3. 忌催人起床


4. 初一忌洗头


5. 忌争吵、诅咒或责骂他人


6. 女儿回娘家忌送单数回门礼


7. 忌讳向人讨债


8. 初一忌洒水、扫地与倒垃圾


9. 忌打破东西


9 CNY Taboos – Do NOT Make These Mistakes! #en

Chinese New Year is the most important celebration for Chinese people. We’re all familiar with the ‘spring cleaning’ that is always done before CNY begins. Removing any unnecessary clutter from the house and welcoming the new.

There are many more CNY taboos, both big and small, that have been around for the longest time. Now, let us give you a reminder of what to avoid to ensure you remain lucky throughout the year!

1. Do NOT Greet People Who Are Still Sleeping
If the other person you want to greet is asleep, do NOT greet them with CNY wishes. Otherwise, they may fall ill and constantly need to rest in bed for the entire year.

2. No Naps During The Day
The saying of no naps during the day is believed to persuade people to not be lazy. As such, it is said that taking a nap on the first day of the New Year will severely affect your career luck.

3. Avoid Waking Others
Be Careful! On the first day of CNY, do NOT wake others up by their FULL NAME. Otherwise, they will constantly be bothered about tasks/chores all year long.

4. No Washing Your Hair On The First Day
Washing your hair on New Year’s Day will wash away both your wealth and fortune.

5. Avoid Arguing, Cursing and Scolding Others
Even if it’s a child making a mistake, he/she can’t be scolded or blamed – otherwise this will bring bad luck to the new year. Adults often say “童言无忌” (Tóng Yán Wú Jì), “Take no offense to a child’s babbles” when a child says something wrong.

6. Do NOT Give An Odd Number Of Gifts
When a married daughter returns to her family for the New Year, the husband shall not offer an odd number of homecoming gifts. Odd numbers are perceived as unlucky, so the gifts brought by the son-in-law should always be in pairs.

7. Anything Related to Debts Is A Major NO
Whether it’s owing someone a debt, or collecting a debt from someone, both are taboos as both parties will end up having a bad and unhappy year ahead.

8. Avoid Cleaning The House
The belief is that every household is filled with blessings and wealth. If you mop, sweep, or take out the trash on the first day of CNY, the God of Wealth will be sent away.

9. Do NOT Break Objects
Place all your fragile objects, from cups to vases, to somewhere safer – especially if you have children or pets at home – because breaking objects will hurt your wealth. If something is broken by accident, wrap the object in red paper and silently recite the auspicious words “岁岁平安” (Suì Suì Píng Ān).

【最新】农历新年SOP手册大全 一册在手 SOP全懂#zh





小编:政府说了,严禁跨州越县,所以是 TAK BOLEH 的哦!








提问5:农历新年是否可以开放门户 / 登门拜访 / 与亲朋戚友互相拜年









小编:提醒你们哦,不是每一个家门廊(porch )都是自家的,必须 follow 地方政府的住家范围界定条规才算数。


答:是的。民众可到宗祠祭祖,相关规定与庙宇SOP相同。(如同 提问5)






答:新年期间餐馆不被允许开放让消费者堂食和聚餐,但餐馆依旧会照常营业。消费者们可通过外带 / 外送购买食物。

看完了是否明白很多勒?记得收藏此 农历新年SOP手册大全 以备不时之需,不要白白少了RM1000。

为了避免我国疫情继续恶化,沙比里告诫全国人民必须严厉遵守SOP。 当局不会容忍任何违反SOP的行为。


Stay Home Stay Safe!


即使范围10公里 涉跨县聚餐也不能 只限2人同车 #zh






《稍后更新 我国新年常见SOP问与答》