NSTletter Being very strict by applying all laws to businesses at this time can be counter-productive to the economy. coronavirus covid19 SOP
These uncertain times had led many companies to close down or on the verge of shutting down. Many Malaysians have lost their jobs, taken a pay cut or even told to go on leave. There is no indication that the economy is going to get better. It is a common belief that the worst is yet to come.Read more: New Straits Times »
MACC nabs three more Immigration officers in 'Ops Selat' blitz
PUTRAJAYA: Three more Immigration officers, including a deputy director stationed at KL International Airport (KLIA), have been detained by Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) in connection with a nationwide blitz codenamed 'Ops Selat'.
Adapting behaviour to new norms | New Straits TimesNSTletter: The most challenging part of this health crisis is that we are advocating for behaviouralchange for the entire nation. newnormal coronavirus covid19
Jumping onto online platforms is the new norm | New Straits TimesNSTopinion It was reported that the shift in retail landscape since the Covid19 pandemic is expected to lead to the closure of more than 51,000 retailstores in the next four to five months. onlinebusiness retailsector ecommerce coronavirus
CMCO: Police set up 3 new roadblocks in PJ | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: Three roadblocks will be set up in areas under the administration of the Petaling Jaya police as the district enters its second week of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO).
Quarantined fishermen drive New Zealand virus spike | New Straits TimesWELLINGTON: A coronavirus outbreak among hundreds of Russian and Ukrainian fishermen flown to New Zealand to bolster its struggling deep-sea fishing industry has prompted that country's largest daily increase in infections in months, authorities said Wednesday.
732 new Covid-19 cases | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: Recording a slight drop, there are 732 new Covid-19 cases as of noon today.
Covid-19: 8 new clusters detected | New Straits TimesNSTnation Eight new Covid19 clusters were reported over the past 24 hours in Malaysia, said Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah. coronavirus Sabah Selangor KualaLumpur NegeriSembilan Labuan