Malaysia-Coronavirus/Chinese Medical Team

Malaysia gains valuable insight on COVID-19 from Chinese medical team

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - May 1, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of Chinese medical team to Malaysia taking group photo
2. Various of meeting between Chinese medical team, Malaysian Ministry of Health
3. Various of Chinese medical team, officials from Malaysian Ministry of Health posing for group photo

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - May 2, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
4. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Li Jun, head of Chinese medical team to Malaysia:
"The Malaysian side had little knowledge of the disease at first and they started out late. So the problems they ran into were those that faced us in early February. During our stay, we shared our experience and they can put it into practice right away. We answered questions such as how to issue medication, manage patients and monitor their condition after they are discharged from hospital."
5. Li, other members of Chinese medical team to Malaysia at press conference
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Li Jun, head of Chinese medical team to Malaysia:
"(When we embarked on the journey to Malaysia,) we thought we could share China's experience, especially our practices in Guangdong, to our Malaysian friends, without any reservations, so that they could put the knowledge into good use. Our subsequent communications and the summing-up meeting at the Malaysian Ministry of Health yesterday all confirmed that we have met this expectation."

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - May 1, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
7. Various of Chinese medical team members, Malaysian officials chatting
8. Chinese medical team members waving goodbye, getting on bus

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A Chinese medical team received high acclaim from Malaysian health officials for their assistance to Malaysia in the fight against the COVID-19 outbreak as the team concluded their stay in the Southeast Asian country on Saturday.

The eight-member team arrived in Malaysia on April 18 to share China's experiences to fight the COVID-19 epidemic. The team members from south China’s Guangdong Province are experts in the field of public health, infectious diseases, emergency treatment, traditional Chinese medicine, respiratory disease and mental health.

During their two-week visit, the Chinese medical professionals had worked in capital Kuala Lumpur and the states of Sarawak and Sabah, where they shared experience and technical knowledge with local government health officials and peers from 13 medical institutions in areas such as clinical case management, infection control and prevention measures, clinical research and investigation as well as the role of traditional Chinese medicine in managing COVID-19 cases.

"The Malaysian side had little knowledge of the disease at first and they started out late. So the problems they ran into were those that faced us in early February. During our stay, we shared our experience and they can put it into practice right away. We answered questions such as how to issue medication, manage patients and monitor their condition after they are discharged from hospital," said Li Jun, deputy director of Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Chinese Medicine and head of Chinese medical team to Malaysia.

The expert team has provided the Malaysian side with better understanding of COVID-19 and identified areas for improvement and possible areas of collaboration with China.

(When we embarked on the journey to Malaysia,) we thought we could share China's experience, especially our practices in Guangdong, to our Malaysian friends, without any reservations, so that they could put the knowledge into good use. Our subsequent communications and the summing-up meeting at the Malaysian Ministry of Health yesterday all confirmed that we have met this expectation," said Li.

The Chinese expert team had also advised Malaysia on ways to prevent a rebound of cases, safeguarding of medical personnel and testing procedures, among other matters, and had commended Malaysian efforts to fight the disease.

Malaysian Health Minister Adham Baba praised the Chinese healthcare professionals. The knowledge gained from the multiple engagements with the medical expert team has been invaluable, and provided the Ministry of Health of Malaysia with better understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic, he said.

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  • Published : 2020-05-03 12:32
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  • Location : China
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  • Category : health,society
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Malaysia-Coronavirus/Chinese Medical Team

Malaysia gains valuable insight on COVID-19 from Chinese medical team

Dateline : May 1/2, 2020

Location : China

Duration : 1'52

  • English
  • 日本語


Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - May 1, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of Chinese medical team to Malaysia taking group photo
2. Various of meeting between Chinese medical team, Malaysian Ministry of Health
3. Various of Chinese medical team, officials from Malaysian Ministry of Health posing for group photo

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - May 2, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
4. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Li Jun, head of Chinese medical team to Malaysia:
"The Malaysian side had little knowledge of the disease at first and they started out late. So the problems they ran into were those that faced us in early February. During our stay, we shared our experience and they can put it into practice right away. We answered questions such as how to issue medication, manage patients and monitor their condition after they are discharged from hospital."
5. Li, other members of Chinese medical team to Malaysia at press conference
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Li Jun, head of Chinese medical team to Malaysia:
"(When we embarked on the journey to Malaysia,) we thought we could share China's experience, especially our practices in Guangdong, to our Malaysian friends, without any reservations, so that they could put the knowledge into good use. Our subsequent communications and the summing-up meeting at the Malaysian Ministry of Health yesterday all confirmed that we have met this expectation."

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - May 1, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
7. Various of Chinese medical team members, Malaysian officials chatting
8. Chinese medical team members waving goodbye, getting on bus


A Chinese medical team received high acclaim from Malaysian health officials for their assistance to Malaysia in the fight against the COVID-19 outbreak as the team concluded their stay in the Southeast Asian country on Saturday.

The eight-member team arrived in Malaysia on April 18 to share China's experiences to fight the COVID-19 epidemic. The team members from south China’s Guangdong Province are experts in the field of public health, infectious diseases, emergency treatment, traditional Chinese medicine, respiratory disease and mental health.

During their two-week visit, the Chinese medical professionals had worked in capital Kuala Lumpur and the states of Sarawak and Sabah, where they shared experience and technical knowledge with local government health officials and peers from 13 medical institutions in areas such as clinical case management, infection control and prevention measures, clinical research and investigation as well as the role of traditional Chinese medicine in managing COVID-19 cases.

"The Malaysian side had little knowledge of the disease at first and they started out late. So the problems they ran into were those that faced us in early February. During our stay, we shared our experience and they can put it into practice right away. We answered questions such as how to issue medication, manage patients and monitor their condition after they are discharged from hospital," said Li Jun, deputy director of Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Chinese Medicine and head of Chinese medical team to Malaysia.

The expert team has provided the Malaysian side with better understanding of COVID-19 and identified areas for improvement and possible areas of collaboration with China.

(When we embarked on the journey to Malaysia,) we thought we could share China's experience, especially our practices in Guangdong, to our Malaysian friends, without any reservations, so that they could put the knowledge into good use. Our subsequent communications and the summing-up meeting at the Malaysian Ministry of Health yesterday all confirmed that we have met this expectation," said Li.

The Chinese expert team had also advised Malaysia on ways to prevent a rebound of cases, safeguarding of medical personnel and testing procedures, among other matters, and had commended Malaysian efforts to fight the disease.

Malaysian Health Minister Adham Baba praised the Chinese healthcare professionals. The knowledge gained from the multiple engagements with the medical expert team has been invaluable, and provided the Ministry of Health of Malaysia with better understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic, he said.

ID : 8142015

Published : 2020-05-03 12:32

Last Modified : 2020-05-03 17:45:47

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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