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by Daniel Effendi Bin Amrizal -

As healthcare educators, we have and always prioritize the wellbeing and safety of our students. Therefore, the right education on mitigating risk factors and the need to adhere strictly to the SOPs set by respective health organisation has been top of our agenda since the outbreak of the Covid-19. Constant reminders and advisories have been shared with students to take the required necessary precautionary measures such as wearing of PPE, regularly hand washing, etc when managing patients.

 However, as seen in the current rise of cases, sporadic cases of Covid-19 is within the community itself. As such, it is very necessary for everyone, not only healthcare professionals, to be socially responsible and adhere to strict SOPs when they are out in public be it in their own institution or organisation or public spaces in order to safeguard themselves, family and friends.

 On the matter of vaccination for students, since February 2021, the International Medical College (IMC) together with the International Medical University (IMU), have made a concerted effort and worked actively to reach out to various governing authorities including but not limited to,

  1. the Ministry of Health (MOH), Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE),
  1. Malaysian Association of Private Colleges and Universities (MAPCU),
  1. the Vice-Chancellor’s Council,
  1. Lembaga Jururawat Malaysia as well as the
  1. Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre

to request for Medical / Dental / Nursing / Health Sciences Students who undergo their practical in Hospitals, Clinics and other Healthcare facilities as frontliners to be included in the priority list for vaccination; as they (students) are equally treating and managing the patients’ wellbeing in the healthcare settings.

It is our pleasure to note, on 20 May 2021, the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) has informed the respective IPTS that the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) will commence vaccination for Medical and Dental Students in Klang Valley and Selangor starting 22 May 2021.

We are following up closely with the respective ministries and governing authorities on the vaccination roll-out for nursing / health sciences/complementary medicine students. Students are to ensure they register for the vaccination and monitor the alert that will be sent via their MySejahtera App.



SOP EID 2021

by Daniel Effendi Bin Amrizal -

Dear All

As per the updates from the Malaysian Government today (4 May 2021), please be informed that 6 districts in Selangor, namely Gombak, Hulu Langat, Klang, Kuala Langat, Petaling and Sepang will be placed under the Movement Control Oder (MCO) from 6 - 17 May 2021.

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Interstate and inter-district travels are not permitted for states / districts under MCO except for emergencies, work, or as outlined in the SOPs.

As such, for students and staff travelling from the above mentioned districts/state or MCO areas to the IMC or hostel for your scheduled Teaching and Learning activities or work, please ensure you have your:

  1. updated IMC Authorised Letter (with the mentioned date of movement control order)
  2. student / staff ID tag 
  3. updated timetable for students

If you are living in areas under the MCO, please abide by the respective SOPs. You may find more information on the SOPs at:

As a reminder, the Malaysian Government will impose a fine of UP TO RM5,000 for individuals and UP TO RM10,000 for institutions if caught not observing the SOPs.

 For your kind reference, below is the updated table on the various Movement Control Order status effective 28 April – 17 May 2021 as per table below. However, status for areas with high Covid-19 cases reported may change accordingly. Please refer to the National Security Council / Majlis Keselamatan Negara (MKN) website or telegram for the latest updates.


by Daniel Effendi Bin Amrizal -

Ladies and gentlemen, Your attention please.

To protect yourself and our community, please remember to observe the SOPs:

  • WEAR your face mask,
  • WASH and SANITISE your hands REGULARLY, and
  • MAINTAIN a physical distance of 1 metre from the next person

Please be reminded that the Malaysian Government will impose a fine of UP TO RM5,000 for individuals and up to RM25,000 for institutions for not observing the SOPs. If you feel unwell or have flu like symptoms, please do not come to the campus or office AND inform your Head of Department or Programme Director.

Thank you for your cooperation.


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